NFL 2005 DRAFT: PICK NUMBER TWENTY FOUR 24 – AARON RODGERS, GREEN BAY PACKERS



Aaron Rodgers was the number twenty four 24 pick of the 2005 NFL Draft.  Aaron Rodgers went to the Green Bay Packers as a Quarterback. Round one 1 pick 24. Twenty fourth pick.

Aaron Rodgers went to California.

This is what California said about him:

His 161.2 pass-efficiency rating in 2004 established a school single-season record, as he led the fifth-ranked offense (492.4 ypg.) in the NCAA Division I-A ranks … He boasts a 17-5 record as a starting quarterback for the Bears … In two seasons at California, Rodgers completed 424 of 665 passes (63.8 percent) for 5,469 yards, 43 touchdowns and 13 interceptions, adding 336 yards and eight scores on 160 rushing attempts (2.1 avg.)

These are Aaron Rodgers’ college statistics:

SEASON CMP ATT YDS  CMP% YPA TD INT SACK RAT   ATT YDS AVG TD
2004   209 316 2566 66.1 8.1 24  8   25  154.3 74  126 1.7 3
2003   215 349 2903 61.6 8.3 19  5   20  146.6 86  210 2.4 5

This is a photograph of Aaron Rodgers in action:

aaronrodgerspassing

Photo Credit: Unknown

How tall is Aaron Rodgers: 6 feet one inch


How much does Aaron Rodgers weigh: 223 pounds

What is Aaron Rodgers’ hometown: Chico, CA

What high school did Aaron Rodgers go to: Pleasant Valley High School

What is Aaron Rodgers’ birthdate: December 2, 1983 – 12/2/83

Comments: Rodgers lasted until the 24th pick and that’s probably where he should have been. Whatever you think of his mechanics, he is a quarterback of a system. It’s going to take two or three years for him to make an impact in the NFL.