Measurements were taken at the 2020 NFL Combine Monday morning, and you know what that means: freaking out about quarterbacks’ hand sizes.
The player getting the most attention was Heisman winner and projected No. 1 overall pick Joe Burrow, whose hand size measured just 9 inches — the third smallest among QBs at the combine (Georgia’s Jake Fromm had the second smallest hands at 8.875 inches, Princeton’s Kevin Davidson the smallest at 8.25 inches). To put Burrow’s hands in perspective, Kyler Murray, the diminutive 5-foot-10 quarterback who was selected first overall by the Arizona Cardinals, was measured at 9.5 inches.
Other standout measurements among QBs include Oregon’s Justin Herbert, who was the tallest at the combine at 6-6.25 inches; Utah State’s Jordan Love, who had the widest wingspan at 80 inches; and Michigan State’s Brian Lewerke, who had the biggest hands at 10.625 inches.
Here are all the measurements from quarterbacks at the NFL Combine, according to Yahoo Sports’ Charles Robinson, who dutifully compiles the numbers on Twitter.
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