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Old 05-01-2006, 03:48 PM   #1
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2006 Post Draft Signings - Matt Bohnet - QB - extensive profile

Matt Bohnet, QB, Eastern Michigan
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Name:
Matt Bohnet
College: Eastern Michigan Number: 11
Height: 6-3 Weight: 230
Position: QB Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2006

40 Time: 4.67

Projected Round: Stock:
Rated number 29 out of 84 QB's / 1738 TOTAL


Combine Results
Combine Invite:
Height: 6024
Weight: 230
40 Yrd Dash:
20 Yrd Dash:
10 Yrd Dash:
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225 Lb. Bench Reps:
Vertical Jump:
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Pro Day Results
Dates: 03/17/06
Height: 6024
Weight: 230
40 Yrd Dash:
20 Yrd Dash:
10 Yrd Dash:
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 26
Vertical Jump: 30
Broad Jump: 9'3"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.44
3-Cone Drill: 6.76


Overview
Transfer from the University of Iowa who sat outthe 2003 season in his season of residency and after playing lastseason, will have one year of eligibility remaining...Has been amember of Head Coach Jeff Genyk?s Champions Club as one of thetop team leaders in both 2004 and 2005.

2004 Season
Earned a letterin his first season of play for the Eagles...Started at quarterback inall 11 games and finished the season as the sixth-ranked quarterbackin the nation in total offense (293.74 yards pergame)...Completed 228 passes for 434 yards and 21 touchdownswith just 12 interceptions...Ranked third in the Mid-AmericanConference in total offense (293.7), and fourth in passing yards pergame (255.2)...One of 11 Champions Club members on theteam...Connected with A.J. Bennett for one of the most excitingpass plays in EMU football history when the two combined for a 30-yard pass play on the final offensive series of the game to giveEastern a come-from-behind 35-31 win at Western Michigan (Oct.16).

Named the recipient of the James M. ?Bingo? Brown Awardas the team?s Most Valuable Offensive Player.Selected OffensivePlayer of the Week against Florida (Sept. 11), and was singled outas an Offensive Big Playmaker four times, for the Buffalo (Sept. 2),Toledo (Sept. 18), Ball State (Oct. 9) and Central Michigan (Nov.6) games...Earned Championship Performance honors for the BallState and CMU contests...His 534 total offensive plays set an EMUsingle-season record while his 3,231 total offensive yards is secondbest in school history, trailing only Charlie Batch?s 3,390 yards in1997...Ranks second in the single-season record book for passesattempted (434), third for passing yards (2,807) and tied forfourth in touchdown passes (21)...Named to the CoSIDA secondteamAll-District IV Academic All-American team and also selectedto the All-Mid-American Conference Academic Team after postinga 3.66 GPA as a communication major...Was named MAC Scholar-Athlete of the Week four times during the season (Sept. 7, Sept.21, Oct. 12, Oct. 19, Nov. 9).


2003 Season
Sat out the season as a transfer from the University of Iowa...Participated in all of the practice sessions and was named one of the Backup Eagles of the Week seven times, for the Akron (Sept. 13), Navy (Sept. 20), Western Michigan (Oct. 4), Bowling Green (Oct. 18), Central Michigan (Nov. 1), UCF (Nov. 8) and Ball State (Nov. 15) games, for outstanding effort in drills.

2002 Season
AT IOWA: Recruited at the University of Iowa after a standout high school career at Grand Ledge...Sat out his first season and played in two games as a sophomore.

High School
Graduated from Grand Ledge High School in Grand Ledge, Mich. where he played for Head Coach Pat O'Keefe...Led Grand Ledge to the Division I state championship as a senior...Selected honorable mention All-America by PrepStar Magazine after throwing for 2,052 yards with 17 touchdowns and rushing for 390 yards and 13 touchdowns...Named to the DivisionI All-State team and was selected as the captain of that squad by the Detroit Free Press...Chosen first-team Class A All-State and No. 25 on the Blue Chip list by The Detroit News.

Personal
Full Name: Matt Scott Bohnet...Son of Scott and Patti Bohnet....Born 10- 17-82...Father, Scott, played football at Alma College from 1974-78, and brother, Ken, is on the EMU squad...Transfer from the University of Iowa.

Draft Scout Player News
12/01/05 - PLAYER OF THE YEAR: QB Matt Bohnet had a good but not great year, but his value was apparent when he missed time (one game and parts of two others) with an ankle injury. His production slipped this year, but he still passed for 14 TDs with just five interceptions while averaging 218.1 passing yards per game with a 62.7 percent completion rate.

11/10/05 - Matt Bohnet showed why he has become the difference-maker in the Eastern Michigan offense the past two seasons. Bohnet returned to the lineup on Nov. 5 after missing two games with an ankle injury. He completed a school-record 39 passes on 57 attempts for a career-best 398 yards and four touchdowns. He rallied the Eagles from a 37-17 deficit to within 37-36, but couldn't complete the comeback as Western Michigan claimed a 44-36 win in the Collegiate Clash at Ford Field in Detroit.
"That's kind of been the story the last couple of games. We get close and then on those one or two plays, we're not getting those breaks." said Bohnet on his team's failure to capitalize at crucial times in the 44-36 loss to Western Michigan.

11/04/05 - Eastern Michigan has plenty to play for in the final month of the season, but a major question in that process looms overhead. Which quarterback will run the offense? Matt Bohnet, the starter since last season, hasn't been able to play the past two games because of a severely sprained ankle. Redshirt freshman Tyler Jones filled the spot and played well in losses to championship threats Northern Illinois and Miami. Making the decision really sticky is the way Jones moved the offense, which had stagnated before Bohnet was injured. What to do, what to do?

"Both kids could have some positives ... Matt from an experience standpoint in knowing how to distribute the ball real quickly ... (and) Tyler's athleticism could help him avoid the blitz because he's hard to tackle," EMU coach Jeff Genyk said. "We'll see how Matt looks (this week in practice) and make a decision from there." There's still a question about how well Bohnet can run on his bad ankle, and that has an impact on how well the Eagles' spread offense functions. A decision on which player starts likely won't be announced before Saturday's game against Western Michigan.

11/03/05 - Senior QB Matt Bohnet hasn't practiced since being injured Oct. 8 against Toledo. Tyler Jones has filled in and played well in Bohnet's absence, giving coach Jeff Genyk a tough decision on which one will start this week.

10/26/05 - Starting quarterback Matt Bohnet sat out the Oct. 22 game against Miami with a sprained ankle. His replacement, redshirt freshman Tyler Jones, nearly led the Eagles to an upset victory. If Bohnet doesn't regain his mobility before the team's next game, Nov. 5 against Western Michigan, Jones will likely start again.
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Re: 2006 Post Draft Signings - Matt Bohnet - QB - extensive profile

Uhhh, can someone explain what the point of this signing is?
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too have another body throwing to the WRs... he's competing with casey bramlet for a possible PS spot for a QB. One of them, AT MOST, will have a shot at a place on the PS .
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No idea. I guess they need some practice squad QB's.
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too have another body throwing to the WRs... he's competing with casey bramlet for a possible PS spot for a QB. One of them, AT MOST, will have a shot at a place on the PS .
OK, that makes sense. It just seems like the coaches have enough evaluating to do without throwing a 4th quarterback in the mix.

Just out of curiosity, has any practice squad quarterback ever had any type of notable success? I know Jake Delhomme was a former NFL Europe QB, that's all I can think of.
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warner maybe? the PS is a fairly new thing, but there's been plenty of IR'd or backup guys that have had success to some degree.

he's the #5 QB though. casey bramlet is #4.
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