Spencer Rattler

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6' 0"
211 lbs
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South Carolina
Best Comparable Player
Baker Mayfield
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The New Orleans Saints Select Spencer Rattler With the 150th pick
1 month ago

The South Carolina Signal Caller is now a Saint with the 150th pick in the NFL Draft.

Spencer Rattler is one of the least talked-about quarterbacks in the NFL 2024 Draft. We have seen the good, the bad, and the ugly during his time playing time for South Carolina.


Despite being only 6’0″ and 211 pounds, Rattler’s exceptional arm allows him to make unorthodox throws from any angle on the field. Despite his impressive skills, Rattler must temper his aggressive and creative playstyle as it often results in bone-headed turnovers. Rattler’s small stature may have caused NFL teams to overlook him, but the Saints took a chance on him with the 150th pick in the draft and will attempt to refine his reckless style of play and learn from veteran QB Derek Carr.


Rattler remains a huge wildcard, not just in the NFL but in the dynasty football landscape. Rattler remains a shot-in-the-dark late-round flier in Dynasty Superflex Leagues with more upside than most being drafted in the final rounds of leagues.

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Spencer Rattler Underwhelms at NFL Combine
3 months ago

As expected, the former Oklahoma and South Carolina signal-caller lacked in athleticism at the 2024 NFL Combine.

Despite displaying prowess in areas of pocket presence, a quick release, and improvising out-of-structure, Spencer Rattler failed to improve his outlook heading into the 2024 NFL Draft after an uninspiring combine performance. Profiling as a potential backup NFL quarterback down the line, Rattler’s athletic numbers failed to inspire scouts. Rattler “boasted” a 4.96-second 40-yard dash in addition to a 32-inch vertical leap, while his size and speed composite grades tested as “poor.” Furthermore, his explosion graded out as “okay,” rounding out an otherwise mediocre-at-best combine for the 23-year-old.




Although Rattler is thought to be a top-ten quarterback in a strong class and possesses the innate skills that some of the more elite athletes might lack, he failed to raise his stock any further this past weekend and remains a Day Two pick in all likelihood. As for his fantasy prospects, Rattler’s outlook will likely be tied to the team that drafts him. In the best-case scenario, he could serve as a shot in the dark for owners in dynasty or deeper formats.

Spencer Rattler Surprises at the 2024 NFL Combine
3 months ago

Former Oklahoma and South Carolina Quarterback Spencer Rattler was once considered as a top prospect in the nation.

Spencer Rattler measured in at 6’0″ and 211 lbs. Rattler ran a shockingly slow 4.95 40-yard dash. While Rattler was not considered a dual threat, being last in almost every measurement was for sure a surprise. Word is going around that the combine performance will not impact his draft stock.



To say Spencer Rattler is polarizing is an understatement. Rattler had his best season in college as a sophomore at Oklahoma throwing for 3,031 yards, 28 touchdowns and 7 interceptions. Then his Junior season Rattler’s struggles led him to getting benched for the eventual Heisman winner Caleb Williams. Rattler was able to bounce back after a transfer to South Carolina. Rattler has the arm to make all the throws in the NFL, inconsistencies are his downfall. There will be a team out there that believes they can mold Rattler into their QB.


As fantasy players most people will be all in or all out. Rattler’s landing spot will largely impact how he will see the field at the next level. If Rattler lands in a spot to start as a rookie he will be a late round target at QB