The best quarterbacks all went up against each other at the NFL combine. So which quarterbacks stood out as the best of the best and improved their stock?
The NFL Combine is the greatest time of year, where we analyze the difference between eighths of an inch as it pertains to quarterbacks ability to play in the NFL.
Regardless of how you feel about hand size, it gives fans a fun opportunity to see players of the same position compete in a head-to-head action. So which quarterbacks stood out the best? Here are the three quarterbacks who improved their draft stock at the combine.
Regardless of how you feel about Justin Herbert’s in-game performances, he was born to compete in a scouting combine. He’s big, strong, pretty mobile and throws a great ball.
Everything Herbert did at the combine was impressive, and he was the best quarterback in the combine with no Tua Tagovailoa and Joe Burrow not competing in any throwing drills.
Herbert finished with 4.68 40-yard dash, to go along with solid numbers in all events and 10-inch hands, which are a good size for the NFL. In addition to measurements, Herbert had the best throws in the combine.
With the combine effort combined with his Senior Bowl performance, I think Herbert is now a lock as the third quarterback to go in the draft. I expect the Chargers to be looking at him with the No. 6 pick.