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QUARTERBACK (6030 / 225)

"Andrew Manley could be a "wild card" in the 2015 QB class. He's a pro-style passer who isn't playing a lot at New Mexico State because the Aggies' system doesn't quite match his skills," Brandt writes. "He is a strong-armed, drop-back quarterback playing on an option team."
-- Gil Brandt,
January 27, 2015 - We are happy to announce the signing of 2015 NFL Draft eligible QUARTERBACK ANDREW MANLEY (6030/225) ,out of Eastern Illinois University, via New Mexico State University. EIU is not conducting a Pro Day, so he has obtained permission to participate at nearby Northwestern University's Pro Day on March 3.

Andrew started his college career at New Mexico State University where he played in 5 games as a true freshman in the 2010 season. His 3 seasons at NMSU were highlighted by a huge road win over Big 10 opponent Minnesota.

Following the 2012 season, the Aggies made a head coaching change and a fundamental change to their offense, moving away from the pro style attack and Manley's strongest skill set as a quarterback. He was granted his release and transferred to Eastern Illinois University where he played the 2013 and 2014 NCAA seasons.

Following the 2014 season, Manley played in a pair of all star games, the FCS Senior Scout Bowl (December 2014, Myrtle Beach, SC) and the Dream Bowl (January 2015, Virginia Beach, VA). Manley was 14-21, 170, 1 TD, 0 INT in the Dream Bowl. Stats from the FCS Scout Bowl are not available.

Manley is currently training for the February 21 NFL Regional Combine in Denver at Athletic Gaines in Las Vegas. He is planning to return to EIU for Pro Day.

Complete career stats and highlights are listed below, and a few game video and media links are clickable on the right, for your convenience.

We hope you'll consider working out Andrew before the NFL Draft and bringing him to compete for a roster spot. Thanks, and if you have any questions or need any additional information, just give us a call!

Paul Sheehy, President/General Counsel
Warren Schmidt, Senior Vice President
Phone: 303-948-1510

2014 Season:
Finished season passing for 850 yards with four touchdowns and four interceptions. Was 76-of-146... had 200 yards passing in season opener at Minnesota going 18-of-34 with two touchdown passes. Passed for 240 yards going 19-of-30 with one touchdown against Southern Illinois... in final game of the season was 26-of-50 for 290 yards with one touchdown against UT Martin. Rushed for 28 yards with touchdowns against Minnesota and Southern Illinois

2013 Season:
In 2013 Manley transferred to Eastern Illinois following a change in offense. Manley played in five games as the second quarterback on the depth chart.

2012 Season:
In 2012 Manley started in all 12 games for the Aggies passing for 2,764 yards and 18 touchdowns, connecting with 53.9 percent of his passes. That season Manley averaged 230.3 yards per game passing which ranked him fourth in the Western Athletic Conference. In 2012 Manley had two 300-yard passing games with a career high 367 yards and three touchdowns against Sacramento State and passed for 309 yards against Idaho with one passing and one rushing touchdown. Manley ended the season 2,764 passing yards and ranks sixth on NMSU single season passing list and his 18 touchdowns ranks seventh on single season list.

2011 Season:
Manley started the first three games of the season before suffering a season ending injury. Within the three games of the season he led NMSU to their first win over a Big Ten opponent with a 28-21 victory against Minnesota where he passed for 288 yards and three touchdowns on 20-of-31 passing against the Golden Gophers. Manley also had 362 yards and two touchdowns in their game against Ohio..

2010 Season:
Manley played in five games as a true freshman making four starts at New Mexico State University. His first action was off the bench as he engineered the Aggies final drive that resulted in a game winning field goal during a 16-14 victory over in-state rival University of New Mexico. He had his season high with 220 yards against Nevada. He closed out the season with 604 yards on 63-of-121 passing.

Andrew Manley

Height: 6030
Weight: 225

Andrew is confirmed to attend the NFLRC in Denver on Feburary 21

Key Dates

  • Pro Day: March 3, Northwestern University

  • EIU Graduation Date: May 9

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