Many of the top quarterbacks in the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine will be participating in on-field drills at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Sunday, but their first test was when they were hit with the tape measure. NFL scouts measure the signal-callers to see how they stack up.
Quarterbacks often can find criticism directed their way because of their size, though Russell Wilson may have erased those concerns, but that didn’t take away from the measuring in Indy that resulted in some impressive numbers.
USC Trojans quarterback Matt Barkley was one of the biggest winners by measuring in taller than many thought he would. Unfortunately, we won’t see him participate on the field.
Here are the weigh-in results for the quarterback participants at the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine:
|Colby Cameron||Louisiana Tech||6-2||212||9.08|
|Zac Dysert||Miami of Ohio||6-3||231||9.18|
|Mike Glennon||N.C. State||6-7||225||9.58|
|Collin Klein||Kansas State||6-5||226||9.28|
|E.J. Manuel||Florida State||6-5||237||10.38|
|Geno Smith||West Virginia||6-2||218||9.28|
|Brad Sorensen||Southern Utah||6-4||237|
Topics: 2013 NFL Draft, 2013 NFL Scouting Combine, Arkansas Razorbacks, Football, Geno Smith, Matt Barkley, Mike Glennon, North Carolina State Wolfpack, Tennessee Volunteers, Tyler Bray, Tyler Wilson, USC Trojans, West Virginia Mountaineers