1: Jordan Love
-Love’s workout added to the hype of his arm angles and improvisation skills. His arm strength is arguably the best in this class, and he showed his rushing ability with a solid outing in the 40. He hit his receivers in stride and with near perfect accuracy.
2: Justin Herbert
-Although he isn’t somebody I am particularly high on, Herbert certainly improved his draft stock on Thursday. He looked great throughout the passing drills, especially on his deep balls. In addition to excelling in the passing drills, Herbert ran an impressive 4.68 40. He also finished second among quarterbacks in the vertical jump (35.5 in) and third in the broad jump (10’3). -
1: Brian Lewerke
-Not many people were particularly high on Lewerke coming into the combine, and he certainly didn’t do anything to help his case. His throws were consistently off the mark and his 40 yard dash was quite slow.
2: Jacob Eason
-Eason had a pretty solid combine, he didn’t do anything special in any of the events he participated in, but he didn’t have draft destroying performances either. The main issue, however, was when in the interviews. Many people thought he was too laid back when answering questions. Because of this, NFL teams weren’t impressed by Eason’s interviews, according to ESPN’s Todd McShay.
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