The 2018 NFL Scouting Combine kicked off Friday with offensive linemen and running backs. Saturday, it was time for the more glamorous positions.
Quarterbacks, receivers and tight ends all worked out at the annual event, which featured broad jumps, 40-yard dashes, on-field drills and much more. As usual, Mike Mayock was there to provide insight on it all.
Take a look at how the NFL Network draft analyst broke down some of the draft’s top prospects who participated in Indianapolis on Day 2 of the prestigious event.
Sam Darnold, USC: Darnold showed off his legs with a 4.85-second, 40-yard-dash time, but Mayock was disappointed he couldn’t see the quarterback’s arm: “I think he is [a competitor], I just wish he was throwing today, man.”
Josh Allen, Wyoming: Allen’s combine measurables earlier in the week compared best with Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, and when the Wyoming quarterback’s 40 time of 4.75 just barely beat Wentz’s 4.77 in 2016, Mayock said, “Physically, what I would tell you, Allen’s got a better arm and he’s a better athlete, believe it or not.”
Lamar Jackson, Louisville: Mayock raved over Jackson, saying he was the most “spectacular athlete in this draft” who “could be the future of the NFL.” In drills,
Article source: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000918994/article/mike-mayocks-takeaways-from-day-2-of-combine
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