Jared Goff aired it out at California's Pro Day on Friday, leaving little doubt of the quarterback's status as one of the best quarterbacks in this year's draft class.
But where will he end up going in April?
Well, that remains to be seen.
But it's clear Goff — who helped turn the Golden Bears football program around under coach Sonny Dykes — has all the physical tools to play at the next level, throwing a combination of deep balls and shorter routes on a cloudy, windy day in Berkeley.
Goff, who laughed off criticism over his hand size at the combine, also saw his paws grow one-eighth of an inch since being measured at the combine (up from 9 inches in Indianapolis, which is considered small for a quarterback).
Browns coach Hue Jackson, who was in attendance for Goff's Pro Day, heaped praise on the quarterback during an interview with the NFL Network, calling him a "tremendous young man" who can make "all the throws."
And while the Browns have made it clear they're in the market for a franchise quarterback — be it with someone on the roster, through the draft or via free agency — Cleveland has said it will use its draft picks on the best players available.
Now it's up to the Browns to decide who fits the bill.
On the mend, Jack shows off at Pro Day
At UCLA's Pro Day earlier this week, Myles Jack posed for pictures with a pair of custom-made cleats.
"Jack of All Trades."
It's fitting for Jack, the multi-talented linebacker who is expected to be a first-round pick in the NFL Draft.
"They really used me off the ball in covering everything, really being off the ball and running and chasing things down," said Jack, who also occasionally played running back for the Bruins.
While the 6-foot-1, 243-pound prospect missed most of his junior season with a torn meniscus before declaring for the draft, Jack on Tuesday reaffirmed the notion that he's among the best talents set to enter the league in April — even if he was out of shape by football standards.
"It wasn't where I wanted to be, but I definitely wanted to showcase there is nothing wrong with the knee," Jack told ESPN.com, adding that he feels 80 percent healthy. "I just have to get my conditioning up and get back into the flow and really get back into football shape."
Even so, Jack might be a special talent with a rare combination of speed, strength and athleticism, something of a defensive Swiss-army knife for potential suitors.
"I've heard safety, Mike, Sam, Will, inside backer. Some teams joked about running back. I don't think they were serious about that, but I've heard it all pretty much in the back seven," Jack told reporters at the combine.
He added, "I see myself as a football player. I want the teams to decide for themselves. I feel like I can play any position."
Jack, who attended but did not participate at the combine because of his knee, showed off at UCLA's Pro Day. Former Cowboys executive and NFL.com analyst Gil Brandt, who was in attendance reported Jack had a 10-foot-4 broad jump and an impressive 40-inch vertical. Brandt also added that Jack, who did not run the 40-yard dash or do shuttle drills, will hold another Pro Day on April 1.
Considered by some analysts as perhaps the best overall player in the draft, Jack offers the Browns — who hold the second and 32nd overall picks — a potentially intriguing option (provided the Tennessee Titans don't scoop him up first) for defensive coordinator Ray Horton's aggressive 3-4 scheme.
"I'm very obnoxious on the field, I like to be loud, I turn into a different person once I put the helmet on," Jack told NFL.com. "I just try to bring energy and make it fun really. I crack jokes during the game and just try to make it fun for everybody."