NFL Draft 2018: How did Giants, Jets draft prospect Josh Allen get rocket arm on display at NFL Combine?

As Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen dropped jaws by launching passes 70 yards in the air to in-stride receivers at the NFL Combine, the same question had to run across everyone’s mind. 

How did he develop that kind of arm strength?

“I’ve never done any arm strengthening drills,” Allen told NJ Advance Media. “I’d like to say it’s natural, but it starts from the bottom: Working on your lower half (body) helps everything up top.”

Allen’s personal trainer said before the Combine that the quarterback could throw the ball 90 yards in the air if necessary.

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NFL Draft analyst Mike Mayock described Allen’s workout in front of scouts as “putting on a show,” with the biggest college arm on display since 2007 NFL Draft No. 1 overall pick Jamarcus Russell.

“That’s kind of what I do,” Allen said. “I wouldn’t say it’s on a regular basis. Something that’s well within my back pocket. It’s not the most important thing to have, but it’s really cool to have.”

But Allen was the biggest winner of the top quarterbacks at the Combine because he also showed accuracy. The 6-foot-5, 233-pounder completed just 56.2 percent of his passes in his career.

In all of his team interviews, including one with the Giants, Allen was asked about cleaning up

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