Canadian quarterback Nathan Rourke performed at his virtual pro day for scouts in the NFL and CFL to see.
During his senior season, Rourke threw for 2,676 yards, 20 touchdowns against five interceptions with a 61.4 completion percentage. He rushed for 780 yards and 12 touchdowns, averaging 5.4 yards-per-carry. The Bobcats went 6-6 and earned a Famous Idaho Potato Bowl spot, a game they would go on to win with Rourke being named MVP.
The Ohio University pivot’s pro day was originally scheduled for March 17 in Athens, Ohio, however, the coronavirus pandemic cancelled the event. It was expected lots of NFL and CFL scouts were going to be on hand to evaluate Rourke live.