Sean Renfree threw for 9,465 yards and 50 touchdowns during his college career at Duke, learning how to best play the quarterback position from head coach David Cutcliffe.
Renfree is projected as a late-round draft pick, but a team will still likely bring him in to compete for a backup position.
Here are some highlights of the former Duke signal-caller.
After the Blue Devils gave up a big lead against North Carolina, Renfree drove them down the field to set up the game-winning score.
Facing a 4th-and-2 play, Renfree threw into tight coverage in the end zone for a touchdown to defeat the rival Tar Heels.
Against North Carolina Central, Sean Renfree had a big day.
Here, he throws a pretty deep ball for a 54-yard touchdown. Notice the pump fake that sets up the throw, which was right on the money.
In a lopsided win over Florida International, Sean Renfree throws a great pass off his back foot into coverage to beat the pressure coming up the middle on fourth down.
Conner Vernon took it the rest of the way for a 28-yard touchdown.
In the first offensive play of the game against Cincinnati, Renfree used a nice pump fake to set up a throw to the outside.
He threw the ball in a perfect location where only his receiver could come down with it.
Here, Renfree does an excellent job reading his progressions before checking down to the correct receiver.
This is something Renfree does very well. He is good at taking whatever the defense gives him.