Though the 2023 NFL Draft remains weeks away, one of the biggest pieces of the evaluation process will take place in early March. The entire league and an army of agents and reporters will descend on Indianapolis for the annual NFL Scouting Combine, a multi-day event that will test and showcase some of the premier talent from the collegiate ranks. The list of participants includes Bryce Young, the decorated signal-caller from Alabama. Young will get measured, but doesn’t plan on throwing until his pro day.
How, when to watch Bryce Young at the NFL Combine
Notable stats, performance in college
After attempting just 22 passes as a freshman in 2020, Young won the quarterback job for the Crimson Tide the following year. In his debut campaign as the starter, Young delivered arguably the finest season of any Alabama signal-caller in program history, amassing 4,872 passing yards and 47 touchdowns against just seven picks. He added another three touchdowns on the ground. For his efforts, Young took home the Heisman Trophy that season, though the team fell short in the national championship.
Young performed admirably again the following season. Despite appearing in three fewer games due to injury, the quarterback threw for 3,328 yards and 32 touchdowns with only five picks. However, Alabama again failed to win the national title.
Height: 5’10 1/8”
Weight: 204 pounds
Hand size: 9 3⁄4 inches
Arm length: 30 1⁄2 inches
Wingspan: 73 4/8
Combine drills, performance
40-yard dash: Opted out (waiting for Pro Day)
Bench press: Opted out (waiting for Pro Day)
Vertical jump: Opted out (waiting for Pro Day)
Broad jump: Opted out (waiting for Pro Day)
Shuttle run: Opted out (waiting for Pro Day)