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Packers QBs at the Scouting Combine: Rodgers & Hundley showed great athleticism

The Packers have a couple of excellent athletes at quarterback, and they impressed well in Indy ten years apart.

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As we go through the Green Bay Packers’ roster to look back at the players’ performances at the NFL Scouting Combine, we turn our attention to the quarterback position. Aaron Rodgers has made a living in recent years with his athleticism and ability to escape the pocket, a quality which he showed glimpses of with his Combine performance.

Ten years after drafting Rodgers, the Packers went back to the well with Brett Hundley. He participated in five drills and was among the leaders at his position in every single one of them. In fact, Hundley posted numbers that would be considered excellent for just about any position, especially in his explosiveness and quickness drills.

Here are the numbers from those two players when they were being tested in Indy.

Brett Hundley (2015)

  • Size: 6’3”, 226 lbs, 32-1/8” arms, 10-1/2” hands
  • 40 time: 4.63*
  • Bench press: n/a
  • Vertical: 36”*
  • Broad jump: 120”*
  • 3-cone: 6.93*
  • 20-yard shuttle: 3.98*
  • 60-yard shuttle: n/a

Aaron Rodgers (2005)

  • Size: 6’2”, 223 pounds
  • 40 time: 4.71
  • Bench press: n/a
  • Vertical: 34.5”
  • Broad jump: 110”
  • 3-cone: 7.39
  • 20-yard shuttle: n/a
  • 60-yard shuttle: n/a

Not invited to Combine: Joe Callahan (2016)