Once the Super Bowl ends on Sunday night, the next big event on the NFL calendar will be the scouting combine for draft-eligible players in Indianapolis.
One of the questions leading up to the event every year is whether the top prospects will participate in the full slate of drills or if they’ll wait until a later workout in front of scouts to show off their skills. One of this year’s top quarterback prospects is Cal’s Jared Goff and he told Mike Florio on Wednesday’s PFT Live that he will be doing everything in Indy.
“I’ll do it all,” Goff said. “I’ll throw and I’ll do it all. I think it’s the right thing to do. I’ve got nothing to hide. Go out there and throw and have some fun.”
The Browns (No. 2 pick), Cowboys (No. 4 pick) and 49ers (No. 7 pick) are, to varying degrees, considered possible landing spots for quarterbacks early in the first round pick. North Dakota State’s Carson Wentz and Memphis’ Paxton Lynch join Goff as the most highly regarded quarterbacks in this year’s draft and the combine will be the first step in shaking out how likely it is one of them will land with one of those teams.