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Jacob Eason | Seahawks QB

Date of Birth:  11/17/1997
Age:  24
Height  6'6"
Weight:   231
College:  Washington
Drafted:  2020 | Round 4 | Pick 122
Depth Chart:  3rd string

Jacob Eason | Seahawks QB


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Jacob Eason | Seahawks QB

The Seahawks claimed Jacob Eason.

This is an interesting fit, as Eason played college football at Washington (after he transferred from Georgia). The former fourth-round pick of the Colts has a big arm and is in just his second NFL season. Eason will look to develop in Seattle.

Jacob Eason | Seahawks QB

The Colts have waived Jacob Eason.

A fourth-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, Eason being released already is a surprise, but Indianapolis feels better about Sam Ehlinger as a developmental prospect, and Brett Hundley also remains on the roster behind Carson Wentz. Eason will undoubtedly get another shot elsewhere, but it's not a great sign that he couldn't stick around for what was thought to be a perfect landing spot.

Jacob Eason | Seahawks QB

The Colts have selected Washington quarterback Jacob Eason with the No. 122 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.

Eason is a rocket-armed pocket passer that stands at six-foot-six, and he has a quality chance to become a franchise quarterback under the right tutelage in Indianapolis. The biggest concerns for Eason are ability to make plays when pressured and overall decision-making, but he has flashed enough touch to feel good about developing into a solid starter—especially behind a strong offensive line for the Colts. Dynasty owners are probably better off spending a lottery ticket on a running back or receiver in a deep rookie class, but Eason isn’t a bad investment for those with patience. Our full scouting report on the former Washington quarterback can be viewed in the link below.