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Notable times, measurements of top QBs at 2017 NFL Combine

INDIANAPOLIS -- All eyes were on the quarterbacks Saturday as the group went through an exhaustive test of throwing drills before hundreds of scouts, coaches and front office executives at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Beforehand, the group went through the standard tests every player is subjected to at the NFL Combine. It's a little simpler for them, though, as the group unanimously bypassed four of the combine's events -- bench press, 3-cone drill, 20-yard shuttle and 60-yard shuttle -- but participated in the 40-yard dash, vertical leap and broad jump.

We've included Mitchell Trubisky (North Carolina), DeShone Kizer (Notre Dame), Deshaun Watson (Clemson), Patrick Mahomes (Texas Tech) and Davis Webb (Cal) in all of them. They make up NFL Network Mike Mayock's top five players at the position.

Here's how they did. Analysis of their throwing drills can be found in the videos.

Measurements

Kizer - 6-4, 233, 9 ⅞" hands

Mahomes - 6-2, 225, 9 ¼" hands

Trubisky - 6-2, 222, 9 ½" hands

Watson - 6-2, 221, 9 ¾" hands

Webb - 6-5, 229, 9 ¼" hands

40-yard dash

  1. Trevor Knight (Texas A&M) - 4.54 seconds
  1. Joshua Dobbs (Tennessee) - 4.64
  1. Watson - 4.66
  1. Trubisky - 4.67
  1. Webb - 4.79

T-6. Mahomes - 4.8

  1. Kizer

Vertical leap

  1. Knight - 35.5 inches
  1. Mitch Leidner (Minnesota) - 34.5

T-3. Webb - 33

T-3. Dobbs - 33

  1. Watson - 32.5
  1. Kizer - 30.5
  1. Mahomes - 30
  1. Trubisky - 27.5

Broad jump

  1. Knight - 125 inches
  1. Leidner - 123
  1. Dobbs - 122
  1. Watson - 119
  1. Webb - 118
  1. Trubisky - 116
  1. Mahomes - 114
  1. Kizer - 107
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