RSP Rorshach: QB Vad Lee, James Madison

Vad Lee

What was Vad Lee thinking on a pass from the SMU game? Look at the play and give your take. I’ll have Lee tell you himself at the end of the week.

I enjoyed watching Vad Lee’s performance against SMU. When I mentioned this on Twitter, Lee followed me. At the time, I was making this Rhorshach episode of Lee’s completion of a corner route while facing pressure so I asked the James Madison quarterback if he’d look at the play and tell me what he was thinking.

Here’s the play:

Here are your choices:

Stay tuned for Lee’s take on Friday.

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3 responses to “RSP Rorshach: QB Vad Lee, James Madison”

  1. […] Vad Lee was an option quarterback at Georgia Tech who left for James Madison because he believed in his potential as an NFL passer and knew it wouldn’t be developed in Atlanta. Lee’s arm is impressive and the throws I’ve seen him make under pressure are plays no quarterback should be able to make. he has a real knack for hitting the intermediate throws from the right to the left in a tight pocket while off balance. I also like his touch and anticipation on the red zone plays I’ve studied. […]

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