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NFL Combine 2020: Weigh-in measurements for QBs, WRs, & TEs

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A few big names stand out among the receivers for their big and small measurements.

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As the 2020 NFL Combine gets underway this week, the first group of players are beginning their gauntlet of interviews, measurements, and physical drills. That group consists of the quarterbacks, wide receivers, and tight ends.

Before their media availability on Tuesday and on-field work on Thursday, Monday was weigh-in day for all of these players. Results of the weigh-ins for all three groups of players is presented below, along with a mention of a few of the outliers at each specific position.

Stay tuned on Tuesday for news from these players’ media availability sessions in the morning.


QB Measurements - 2020 Combine

NAME POS COLLEGE Height Weight Hand Arm Wingspan
NAME POS COLLEGE Height Weight Hand Arm Wingspan
Bryant, Kelly QB Missouri 6031 229 9 4/8 32 2/8 78
Burrow, Joe QB LSU 6034 221 9 30 7/8 74
Davidson, Kevin QB Princeton 6041 224 8 2/8 30 7/8 75
Eason, Jacob QB Washington 6057 231 9 4/8 32 7/8 79
Fromm, Jake QB Georgia 6017 219 8 7/8 31 1/8 75
Gordon, Anthony QB Washington St. 6023 205 9 6/8 31 73
Herbert, Justin QB Oregon 6062 236 10 32 7/8 78 7/8
Hurts, Jalen QB Oklahoma 6010 222 9 6/8 31 6/8 77 5/8
Lewerke, Brian QB Michigan St. 6024 213 10 5/8 32 1/8 75 4/8
Love, Jordan QB Utah St. 6036 224 10 4/8 32 5/8 80
Luton, Jake QB Oregon St. 6061 224 10 3/8 31 6/8 77 5/8
McDonald, Cole QB Hawaii 6031 215 9 6/8 32 2/8 76 6/8
Montez, Steven QB Colorado 6040 231 9 3/8 32 6/8 76 7/8
Morgan, James QB Florida International 6040 229 9 6/8 33 3/8 79
Patterson, Shea QB Michigan 6007 212 9 3/8 30 4/8 73 4/8
Stanley, Nate QB Iowa 6036 235 10 32 5/8 78 2/8
Tagovailoa, Tua QB Alabama 6000 217 10 30 4/8 75 2/8

Among quarterbacks, a common measurement to use in evaluations is hand size, as scouts and fans tend to think that bigger hands mean the QB has better control of the football. If that’s the case, Brian Lewerke, Jordan Love, and Jake Luton are at the top of the class, all around 10-1/2 inch hands. LSU’s Joe Burrow and Georgia’s Jake Fromm show up near the bottom this year, both at around 9 inches.

From a pure physical size standpoint, however, Justin Herbert from Oregn is the most imposing player of the group at 6-foot-6 14 and 236 pounds. Meanwhile, Tua Tagavailoa came in as the shortest quarterback at 6-foot flat.

WR Measurements - 2020 Combine

NAME POS COLLEGE Height Weight Hand Arm Wingspan
NAME POS COLLEGE Height Weight Hand Arm Wingspan
Aiyuk, Brandon WR Arizona State 5115 205 9 6/8 33 4/8 80
Bayless, Omar WR Arkansas State 6006 212 9 31 7/8 76 7/8
Bowden, Lynn WR Kentucky 5105 204 9 6/8 30 7/8 74
Brown, Tony WR Colorado 6006 198 9 2/8 31 4/8 76
Cager, Lawrence WR Georgia 6046 220 8 7/8 33 3/8 79 3/8
Callaway, Marquez WR Tennessee 6012 205 9 3/8 32 3/8 78 7/8
Cephus, Quintez WR Wisconsin 6007 202 8 6/8 32 1/8 77
Claypool, Chase WR Notre Dame 6042 238 9 7/8 32 4/8 80
Cleveland, Tyrie WR Florida 6023 209 9 1/8 32 7/8 78
Coulter, Isaiah WR Rhode Island 6017 198 9 31 6/8 75 6/8
Davis, Gabriel WR Central Florida 6020 213 9 2/8 32 2/8 77 4/8
Davis, Quartney WR Texas A&M 6012 201 9 4/8 31 3/8 75 6/8
Duvernay, Devin WR Texas 5104 200 9 4/8 30 5/8 75 2/8
Edwards, Bryan WR South Carolina 6026 212 9 4/8 32 2/8 75 5/8
Finke, Chris WR Notre Dame 5094 186 9 29 69 5/8
Fuller, Aaron WR Washington 5106 188 8 7/8 29 6/8 73 2/8
Gandy-Golden, Antonio WR Liberty 6040 223 9 5/8 31 6/8 77
Gibson, Antonio WR Memphis 6003 228 8 5/8 31 1/8 75 4/8
Guidry, Stephen WR Mississippi St. 6030 201 9 1/8 32 6/8 78 7/8
Hamler, KJ WR Penn St. 5085 178 9 3/8 30 6/8 72 4/8
Higgins, Tee WR Clemson 6035 216 9 2/8 34 1/8 81
Hightower, John WR Boise St. 6014 189 9 6/8 31 4/8 75 1/8
Hill, K.J. WR Ohio St. 5117 196 9 2/8 29 1/8 72 4/8
Hodgins, Isaiah WR Oregon St. 6035 210 9 7/8 33 1/8 80 4/8
Jackson, Trishton WR Syracuse 6006 197 9 6/8 32 3/8 77
Jefferson, Justin WR LSU 6012 202 9 1/8 33 78
Jefferson, Van WR Florida 9014 200 9 1/8 32 6/8 77 1/8
Jennings, Jauan WR Tennessee 6031 215 9 31 5/8 76 2/8
Jeudy, Jerry WR Alabama 6010 193 9 4/8 32 1/8 76
Johnson, Collin WR Texas 6055 222 9 31 6/8 78 4/8
Johnson, Juwan WR Oregon 6040 230 10 4/8 34 2/8 81 5/8
Johnson, Tyler WR Minnesota 6013 206 9 30 7/8 75
Lamb, CeeDee WR Oklahoma 6015 198 9 2/8 32 2/8 76 5/8
Lipscomb, Kalija WR Vanderbilt 5117 207 9 3/8 32 7/8 79
Mack, Austin WR Ohio St. 6014 208 10 33 5/8 78 4/8
Mims, Denzel WR Baylor 6027 207 9 3/8 33 7/8 78 4/8
Mooney, Darnell WR Tulane 5101 176 9 5/8 30 7/8 74
Osborn, K.J. WR Miami 5114 203 9 1/8 31 2/8 75
Parker, Aaron WR Rhode Island 6015 209 9 1/8 31 1/8 74 2/8
Patmon, Dezmon WR Washington St. 6036 225 10 2/8 32 6/8 78
Peoples-Jones, Donovan WR Michigan 6015 212 10 1/8 33 4/8 79 2/8
Perry, Malcolm WR Navy 5094 186 8 4/8 29 5/8 71 4/8
Pittman, Michael WR USC 6040 223 9 2/8 32 4/8 79 2/8
Proche, James WR SMU 5105 201 9 5/8 29 6/8 72 5/8
Reagor, Jalen WR TCU 5105 206 9 4/8 31 3/8 74 3/8
Reed, Joe WR Virginia 6004 224 9 6/8 31 1/8 75 3/8
Rogers, Kendrick WR Texas A&M 6042 208 9 1/8 33 1/8 78 7/8
Ruggs III, Henry WR Alabama 5110 188 10 1/8 30 4/8 74 4/8
Shenault Jr., Laviska WR Colorado 6005 227 9 31 7/8 76 2/8
Stewart, Darrell WR Michigan St. 6028 212 9 5/8 32 75 7/8
Swain, Freddie WR Florida 6002 197 9 30 5/8 74 3/8
Thomas, Jeff WR Miami 5087 170 8 3/8 30 3/8 73
Victor, Ben WR Ohio St. 6036 198 9 5/8 34 1/8 81 4/8
Watkins, Quez WR Southern Miss 6001 185 9 32 7/8 78 7/8
White, Cody WR Michigan St. 6033 217 10 32 4/8 79 2/8

There are some very impressive measurements in this year’s wideout group. Take a look in particular at Clemson’s Tee Higgins, who is expected to be a first-round pick. His 81-inch wingspan is in the top three at the position and is a clear sign of why he has such a massive catch radius. Also impressive was TCU’s Jalen Reagor weighing in at 206 pounds despite just a 5-foot-10 5/8 frame. And then there’s Notre Dame’s Chase Claypool, a receiver in a move tight end’s body.

On the smaller size you have KJ Hamler from Penn State, who might come in too small for some teams to consider. At a shade under 5-foot-9, teams will need to have a specific role for him and must be able to find ways to get him the football without putting him in contested catch situations.

TE Measurements - 2020 Combine

NAME POS COLLEGE Height Weight Hand Arm Wingspan
NAME POS COLLEGE Height Weight Hand Arm Wingspan
Asiasi, Devin TE UCLA 6030 257 9 6/8 33 2/8 80 1/8
Breeland, Jacob TE Oregon 6047 252 9 7/8 32 5/8 78 1/8
Bryant, Harrison TE Florida Atlantic 6046 243 9 4/8 30 5/8 74
Bryant, Hunter TE Washington 6022 248 10 3/8 32 76 4/8
Deguara, Josiah TE Cincinnati 6023 242 9 31 5/8 75 2/8
Hopkins, Brycen TE Purdue 6037 245 10 1/8 32 1/8 76
Keene, Dalton TE Virginia Tech 6041 253 9 6/8 32 2/8 78 6/8
Kmet, Cole TE Notre Dame 6056 262 10 4/8 33 79
McKeon, Sean TE Michigan 6050 242 9 1/8 33 4/8 78 6/8
Moss, Thaddeus TE LSU 6017 250 9 7/8 31 7/8 78 2/8
O'Grady, C.J. TE Arkansas 6036 253 10 1/8 33 5/8 79 1/8
Okwuegbunam, Albert TE Missouri 6054 258 10 2/8 34 1/8 79 3/8
Parkinson, Colby TE Stanford 6072 252 9 5/8 33 2/8 78 5/8
Pinkney, Jared TE Vanderbilt 6040 257 10 4/8 32 7/8 79
Sullivan, Stephen TE LSU 6047 248 10 1/8 35 3/8 85
Taumoepeau, Charlie TE Portland St. 6022 240 9 4/8 32 2/8 77 7/8
Trautman, Adam TE Dayton 6050 255 9 4/8 32 5/8 78
Wilcox, Mitchell TE South Florida 6034 247 9 1/8 32 2/8 76 7/8
Woerner, Charlie TE Georgia 6045 244 10 31 1/8 76 7/8
Wood-Anderson, Dom TE Tennessee 6035 261 9 6/8 33 1/8 78 7/8

Among the tight ends, Notre Dame’s Cole Kmet looks like one of the most impressive athletes in Indy. His nearly 6-foot-6 frame is complemented by a 79-inch wingspan, one of the longest at the position. However, LSU’s Stephen Sullivan’s arms are absurd, with his 85-inch wingspan coming in longest of any player in today’s position groups.

On the down side, Sullivan’s teammate, Thaddeus Moss, measured in particularly short at just under 6-foot-2. That’s about two inches shorter than his famous father, Randy Moss, and over an inch shorter than the 6-foot-3 he was listed at in college.