Long marketed as a dual-threat quarterback with speed, Corp overcame a knee injury in his redshirt junior season at Richmond that has changed him into a more stoic pocket passer who has had to rely on his accuracy and judgment. This bodes well for his NFL draft status, as Corp has rising value and could be selected in the mid-to-late rounds.
Corp has struggled with injuries throughout his career, missing time with the broken leg in 2009, a torn ACL that ended his first season with the Richmond Spiders after just five games and though he made it through the 2011 season largely unscathed, he also threw for just 2,682 passing yards and 17 touchdowns against 13 interceptions despite playing against a lower level of competition.
Possessing a lanky frame that has proven susceptible to injury, Corp hasn't yet played up to his hype. He possesses enough talent to earn a shot as a late-round or priority free agent but considering his struggles to stand out at the collegiate level, it is difficult to imagine the light suddenly coming on with the competition raising dramatically in the NFL.
Positives: Prototypical height for the position with the frame to easily add another 15 pounds of muscle mass without a significant loss in quickness. Flashes good accuracy to all levels of the field and has the arm strength to make every requisite NFL throw. Has shown the football IQ to learn two offenses.
Negatives: Possesses a spindly build and has struggled with durability. Appears to have lost a step since sustaining a torn ACL in 2010, and though he has above average straight-line speed is only an average athlete overall for the position. Only average arm strength.
Regressed as a senior, throwing off his back foot. Can be fooled by coverages and has shown a tendency to force the ball. Highly inconsistent. Will make one nice throw and follow it up with two poor ones. Didn't stand out despite playing against lower level competition the past two seasons."
Displays impressive balance from under center through his drop, he maintains good width through the base and has a little snap when transferring his weight. He doesn't have a great arm, but spins a clean football, demonstrates a quick release and throws a really catchable football. Plus, he looks coordinated on the move and when asked to boot to his right, he generates a little more torque from the waist and can really snap some throws outside the numbers.
Had his struggles this year turning the football over and doesn't always trust what he sees in the pocket. Is a smart kid who deciphers information well outside the pocket, but is going to need some time to develop both mentally and physically at the next level.
Impression: He has a nice sized frame and throws a pretty football. He's going to need some time, but is worth a draftable grade."
Lacks prerequisite arm strength, and mobility will be even more restricted following injury.
Only chance will come in a dink-and-dunk offense. Must prove he can stay healthy."