Mason Rudolph to miss Senior Bowl with foot injury

by Mark Leipold | Steelers Correspondent | Tue, Jan 23rd 2:19pm EST

Mason Rudolph, who just completed his senior season at Oklahoma State University, and is a highly regarded prospect, will miss the 2018 Senior Bowl with a foot injury sustained in OSU's bowl game against Virginia Tech. Rudolph will still attend for measurements and interviews, but will not play. He should be ready for the NFL Scouting Combine. (

Fantasy Impact:

This is a tough situation for Rudolph, who sits behind the top tier of QBs in the class, according to most scouts and analysts. His college resume is excellent, and the Senior Bowl would have been a good opportunity for him to showcase his skills. Rudolph completed a career 63.2% of pass attempts, threw for 324 yards per game, 92 touchdowns, and 26 interceptions. He notched an impressive 9.4 yards per attempt for his career, with a mark of 10.0 in his senior campaign. Rudolph adds very little on the ground. His passing production is exceptional, and grades out higher than some of the prospects regarded higher than him. He flew under the radar a bit after starting out as a Heisman candidate, as OSU struggled down the stretch in 2017. Rudolph could be a sneaky value both for an NFL team and for fantasy owners if he's overlooked.

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