Profiling Colts Rookie Quarterback Tim Hiller

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Stats Overview Passing
YEAR CMP ATT YDS CMP% YPA LNG TD INT SACK RAT
2005 98 150 1334 65.3 8.89 89 20 3 12 180.03
2007 267 421 3021 63.4 7.18 77 20 15 23 132.25
2008 339 522 3725 64.9 7.14 56 36 10 14 143.81
2009 309 514 3258 60.1 6.34 73 23 13 24 123.07

Stats from ESPN.com

Tim Hiller finished his career at Western Michigan as the most productive quarterback in its history. Hiller accumulated 11,329 yards and 99 touchdowns. Hiller also finished college with a 4.0 GPA, continuing the Colts tradition of signing players known for academic success, and earned himself a Wuerffel Trophy and John S. Pingel Award as the Michigan college athlete of the year. One of the more interesting things Hiller did as a collegiate player is finish the final three games of his senior season with a torn left ACL, which certainly displays a great deal of toughness.

While Hiller started his senior year rated much higher against other NFL-hopeful quarterbacks than he finished, leading him to going undrafted, he played on a 5-7 Western Michigan team that squandered performances like one against Central Michigan where Hiller connected on 40 of 66 passes for 410 yards.

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