Two-year starter who earned Second Team All-Ivy League honors in 2016. Helped Princeton lead the Ivy League in points per game (34.6) and total yards per game (415.5). In his two years as a starter, Kanoff completed 371 of 627 attempts for 4,036 yards, 14 touchdowns and 13 interceptions.
Nice-sized pocket passer with an average arm and sporadic accuracy. Patient in the pocket, knows where receivers are on the field and to his credit looks away from covered targets and goes to check-down receivers. Poised under the rush, puts touch on throws when necessary and takes a big hit in order to get the ball away.
Possesses an average release, lacks the big-time arm and tends to step out of passes. Misjudges throws and makes wide open receivers work for the reception.
Kanoff possesses next-level size but throws with poor fundamentals and is a long way from being NFL-ready.