NFL Combine – Quarterbacks

There will be 18 quarterbacks at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis starting on February 24. The biggest names in that group are unlikely to do much throwing or even working out during their scheduled practice day of Sunday, February 27.

The names at the top of the boards around the league are Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton of the national champion Auburn Tigers and former Missouri starter Blaine Gabbert.

The other best known names in the group are Washington’s Jake Locker, Ricky Stanzi out of Iowa and Alabama’s Greg McElroy.

Of the 18, 16 are from BCS teams with one from Division 1-AA (Delaware’s Pat Devlin) and one from Division II (California of Pa.’s Joshua Portis.) The WAC is the league with the most passers in the Combine with three.

Left out of the session were four of the better senior passers at BCS schools: Texas Tech’s Taylor Potts, Adam Weber of Minnesota, Indiana’s Ben Chappell and Kentucky’s Mike Hartline.

There are three underclassmen: Newton, Gabbert and Ryan Mallett out of Arkansas.

QUARTERBACKS

Player  School 

Class 

HT  WT 
Ryan Colburn  Fresno State 

SR 

6-3  218 
Andy Dalton  TCU 

SR 

6-2  213 
Pat Devlin  Delaware 

SR 

6-3¼ 226
Nathan Enderle  Idaho 

SR 

6-4¼ 240 
Blaine Gabbert  Missouri 

JR 

6-5  235 
Jerrod Johnson  Texas A&M 

SR 

6-5  250 
Colin Kaepernick Nevada 

SR 

6-4½   225 
Jake Locker  Washington 

SR 

6-2¼   228 
Ryan Mallett  Arkansas 

JR 

6-6  238 
Greg McElroy  Alabama 

SR 

6-1¾   222 
Cam Newton  Auburn 

JR 

6-6  250 
Christian Ponder  Florida State 

SR 

6-2  222 
Joshua Portis  California (Pa) 

SR 

6-3  209 
Ricky Stanzi Iowa 

SR 

6-4  221 
Tyrod Taylor  Virginia Tech 

SR 

6-0¾ 216 
Scott Tolzien  Wisconsin 

SR 

6-2  209 
Jeff Van Camp  Florida Atlantic 

SR 

6-5¼ 209 
T.J. Yates  North Carolina 

SR 

6-3½ 221 

Height-weight in red = official numbers from all-star games

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