|A subpar 2010 capped by a dreadful effort against a high-profile opponent likely means Borel would just be happy to hear his name called toward the end of the draft. His second year as a starter in 2009 saw Borel help Utah State rank 12th nationally in total offense as he threw for 2,885 yards and ran for 458, but those 12-game totals dipped to 2,108 and 298, respectively, this past season. Borel also had eight touchdown passes and 13 interceptions as a senior after having 17 TDs and four INTs as a junior. Possibly his worst game in an Aggies uniform was his last, a 50-14 defeat to a ninth-ranked Boise State squad. His first pass was intercepted and returned for a touchdown, and he finished 4 of 15 for 41 yards with two INTs while rushing 12 times for 17 yards to cap a second straight 4-8 campaign. A speedy runner who has receiver experience, Borel probably has a better chance to make it in the NFL at a position other than quarterback even though he ranks second all-time at Utah State in passing yards (6,698). Borel lacks accuracy and often came up small against tough defenses, including a 1.8-yards-per-carry average against ranked foes.