The 6-foot-4, 227-pound Lance ran 169 times for 1,100 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2019. Being able to do that for long in the NFL might be more difficult than doing it against Central Arkansas, and Lance knows that.
“I think for me, I pick and choose my battles,” Lance said. “Watching my college tape, all 17 games, you don’t see me take too many shots or pick a battle I don’t win. I think one of my strengths is that I pick and choose my battles, when to get down and when not to.
“I understand that guys are bigger, faster, stronger at the next level, so I’ll continue to pick and choose my battles with that.”
While it’s easy to pigeonhole mobile quarterbacks, North Dakota State head coach Matt Entz said that Lance has enough potential as a passer to make
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