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Sam Howell Bio
Sam Howell's first three seasons at North Carolina were dominant, passing for over 3,500 yards and 30 touchdowns each season. In 2021, the departure of Dyami Brown, Dazz Newsome, Michael Carter and Javonte Williams severaly derailed Howell's 1.01 opportunity, but opened another door. Rushing, Howell rushed for over 800 yards in 2021 while still passing for 3,000 yards, his effiency fell 8% down to 61% completion percentage, but his moxy and will to win stayed intact. Read More
Sam Howell College Stats
|Year Year||Games Games||Pass Attempts Pass Atts||Passing Yards Pass Yds||Yards Per Attempt YPA||Completion Percentage Comp %||Passing Touchdowns Pass TDs||Rushing Yards Rush Yds||Age Age||School School|
|2019||13 (QB)||422||3,641||8.6||61.40%||38 (7 ints)||35||19||UNC|
|2020||12 (QB)||348||3,586||10.3||68.1%||30 (7 ints)||146||20||UNC|
|2021||12 (QB)||347||3,056||8.8||62.50%||24 (9 ints)||828||21||UNC|
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Who is Sam Howell
Growing up in North Carolina, Howell was named the Gatorade Player of the Year, and Offensive Player of the Year by USA Today, the AP and the Charlottle Observe, in the state of North Carolina. Not only did Howelll throw for over 13,000 yards and 145 touchdowns, he added for 3,621 yards and 60 touchdowns on the ground. Received 2019 Freshman All-American, and ACC Offensive & Overall Rookie of the Year honors as a true freshman at North Carolina.
Playing in just three seasons at the college level, Howell accumlated 92 passing touchdowns(3rd in ACC history) and most ever by a player in three or fewer seasons. Howell was also invited to the 2022 Reese's Senior Bowl in Mobile, Al.
Sam Howell was selected in the 5th round of the 2022 NFL Draft by the Washington Commanders. Sam Howell needs to beat Carson Wentz, but this is more a question of when rather than how if Wentz is as bad as the fantasy community believes. The lowkey winner is Dyami Brown. Their connection from North Carolina might be more fruitful than most expect.