He also tied Ryan Leaf’s school record with 34 touchdown passes.
“Halliday has plenty of arm strength and is willing (too willing, in fact) to take chances, which resulted in 22 interceptions a year ago — his first season as the Cougars’ full-time starter,” wrote Rang. “He typically throws in-breaking routes like slants and posts well, showing zip and good placement but can get scatter-shot, especially when he doesn’t set his feet. Halliday will occasionally drop it in the bucket on touch throws but too often throws long. He possesses a spindly frame and isn’t particularly elusive though he has decent speed for the position.”
The Houston Texans drafted Brink in the 7th round of that draft. He never made the Texans and now plays in the Canadian Football League.
Leaf, who was mentioned earlier, was the second overall pick in the 1998 NFL Draft by the San Diego Chargers. He retired from the NFL before the start of the 2002 season after going 4-17 as a start with 13 touchdowns and 33 interceptions.
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