Ryan Mallett was drafted by the New England Patriots in the third round (74th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft.
- Began his college career at Michigan before transferring to Arkansas.
- During his collegiate career, Mallett appeared in 37 games (11 at Michigan and 26 at Arkansas).
- Started all 26 contests he appeared in at Arkansas and three at Michigan.
- He concluded his college career with 8,385 yards, 69 touchdowns and 24 interceptions, completing 552-of-955 passes (57.80%).
- Joined Clint Stoerner (1996-99) as the only Arkansas quarterbacks to throw for 7,000 yards in a career and became just the fourth passer in Southeastern Conference history with 3,000 yards and 30 touchdowns in back-to-back seasons.
- As a Razorback, Mallett completed 491-of-814 attempts (60.32%) for 7,493 yards, 62 touchdowns and 19 interceptions.
- His 7,793 pass yards broke Stoerner's all-time Arkansas record of 7,422 and rank 20th in Southeastern Conference annals.
- Set a school season-record with 3,869 pass yards in 2010.
- Placed second on the school's season-record chart with 3,624 pass yards in 2009.
- Broke Stoerner's Arkansas game record with 408 pass yards vs. Georgia in 2009 and then topped his own mark with 409 yards vs. Vanderbilt in 2010.
- Connected with Mario Manningham on a 97-yard touchdown pass vs. Wisconsin in 2007, setting a record for the longest play in Michigan history.
- Threw for a school-record 62 touchdowns.
- Set the school season-record with 32 touchdown tosses in 2010.
- His 30 touchdown passes in 2009 stand second on the Razorbacks' season-record list and tied for 13th in SEC history.
- Mallett is the only player in Arkansas annals with five touchdown passes in a game, accomplishing the feat on four occasions, most recently vs. Texas-El Paso in 2010.
- Set a school record for consecutive passes without an interception with 141 in 2009.
- All-SEC second-team selection by the league's coaches.
- Finalist for the Manning Award, presented annually to the nation's top quarterback.
- Member of Watch Lists for the Maxwell (Top Player), Davey O'Brien (Top Quarterback) and Walter Camp Player of the Year awards.
- Started all 13 games and led the Razorbacks to a 10-3 overall record.
- Completed 266-of-411 pass attempts (64.72%) for 3,869 yards, 32 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.
- Scored four times on 44 carries as he rushed for eight first-downs and converted 3-of-17 third-down carries.
- Led the Southeastern Conference and ranked fifth nationally with an average of 297.62 pass yards per game.
- Set a school season-record with 3,869 aerial yards, shattering his own previous mark of 3,624 in 2009 as that total also placed fourth on the SEC's record chart.
- Broke his own school game-record with 409 pass yards vs. Vanderbilt.
- Set the school's season record with 32 touchdown passes, surpassing his own mark of 30 in 2009 while tying Tim Tebow of Florida (2007) for eighth on the SEC's record list.
- Mallett is the only player in Arkansas history with five touchdown passes in a game, accomplishing the feat on four occasions, most recently vs. UTEP in 2010.
- Broke his school record of 403 attempts in 2009 with 411 pass attempts.
- Topped his previous mark of 225 completions in 2009 with 266 completions.
- Set the Arkansas record for touchdowns with 36 scores.
- Earned SEC Offensive Player of the Week honors vs. Georgia and Vanderbilt.
- All-Southeastern Conference second-team choice by the league's coaches and the Associated Press.
- Named the College Football Performance Awards National Performer of the Year.
- Finalist for the Manning Award.
- Member of watch lists for the Maxwell (Top Player) and Davey O'Brien (Top Quarterback) awards.
- Started all 13 games and led the Razorbacks to an 8-5 overall record.
- Became the first quarterback in Arkansas history to throw for 3,000 yards in a season.
- Completed 225-of-403 pass attempts (55.83%) for 3,624 yards, 30 touchdowns and seven interceptions.
- Scored twice on 58 carries and rushed for nine first downs.
- Led the Southeastern Conference and ranked seventh nationally with an average of 278.77 pass yards per game.
- Led the league and placed seventh nationally with a pass efficiency rating of 152.46.
- Led the conference and ranked 16th nationally with an average of 276.54 yards of total offense per game.
- Set a school season-record with 3,624 pass yards, surpassing Clint Stoerner's previous mark of 2,629 in 1998, and finished eighth in Southeastern Conference annals.
- Set the school's season-record with 30 touchdown throws, surpassing Stoerner's mark of 26 in 1998.
- Earned SEC Offensive Player of the Week honors vs. South Carolina and Mississippi State.
- Transferred to Arkansas and sat out the season under NCAA transfer rules.
- Practiced with the scout team in spring practice.
- Appeared in 11 games as a true freshman at the University of Michigan, starting three contests.
- Completed 61-of-141 pass attempts (43.26%) for 892 yards, seven touchdowns and five interceptions.
- Attended Texas High School (Texarkana, Texas).
- Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Texas.
- Set school records as a senior by completing 204-of-321 passes (63.36%) for 3,353 yards and 33 touchdowns while leading the Tigers to a 12-1 overall record and an appearance in the state quarterfinals.
- Had 133 completions for 2,219 yards and 21 touchdowns while rushing for six more scores as a junior.
- Completed 151 passes for 2,307 yards and 18 touchdowns while rushing for seven more scores as a sophomore.
- Finished his prep career with 8,331 yards and 76 touchdowns on 526-of-938 passing (56.08%).
- Born June 5, 1988 in Batesville, Ark.