After a remarkable career in Mount Pleasant, LeFevour finds himself as one of the top quarterbacks in the 2010 NFL Draft. But most mock drafts don't have him going in the first two rounds.
The Downers Grove, Ill., native is the only player in NCAA history to pass for 12,000 yards and rush for 2,500 more in his career. He was voted the Vern Smith Leadership award (conference player of the year). A host of other records and awards, including All-Academic, decorates his illustrious reign over the Mid-American conference.
He finished his career with a stat line that reads more like a video-game (Passing: 102 TDs to 36 INTs and Rushing: 2,948 YDs, 47 TDs) and possesses sought-after intangibles like toughness and intelligence, with a strong command of the huddle and locker-room.
Watching him play a handful of games the last few years, I question many of the scouting reports that cite average arm-strength and accuracy. He puts enough zip on his passes to make all the throws in the NFL and has very good, if not great, touch and precision.