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2023 NFL Draft Measurables Cheat Sheet: Measurables and workout analysis for PFF's top 100 prospects

Indianapolis, IN, USA; Florida quarterback Anthony Richardson (QB11) speaks to the press at the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

Don't worry about Bryce Young: Yes, the Alabama quarterback measured in at 5-foot-10 1/8, but that's all the height he needed to earn back-to-back overall grades over 91.0 as Alabama's starting quarterback.

Anthony Richardson's All-time numbers: Richardson is the single most impressive athlete at the quarterback position in scouting combine history. He was erratic in the throwing drills, but we knew that would be the case. Once he gets to the NFL, he'll immediately be a Tier 1 rushing threat at the position.

Peter Skoronski's explosivenessSkoronski's 32 1/4-inch arms won't be for everyone, but they are more than long enough to keep him at tackle — especially when he tested as explosively as he did, with a 34.5-inch vertical and 9-foot-7 broad jump.


The 2023 NFL Draft will finally get underway in a little over two days. From Thursday to Saturday, 259 prospects will hear their names called as the NFL welcomes its newest influx of new stars.

Below, you can find measurables, workout numbers and combine/pro day analysis for PFF's top 100 prospects. For a more in-depth analysis of these players, download PFF's 2023 NFL Draft Guide.

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1. QB Bryce Young, Alabama

The bottom line: Young measured in at 5-foot-10 1/8, but that's all the height he needed to earn back-to-back overall grades over 91.0 as Alabama's starting quarterback. He plays the position better than anyone else in the class, even if his size makes him the biggest injury risk of the bunch.


2. DI Jalen Carter, Georgia

The bottom lineOn the field, Carter is right there with Quinnen Williams as the best defensive tackle prospect we've ever graded.


3. EDGE Will Anderson Jr., Alabama

The bottom lineAnderson shored up any concerns about his size at the combine. He's an explosive and impactful every-down edge who racked up over 200 pressures in three seasons at Alabama.


4. CB Devon Witherspoon, Illinois

The bottom line: Witherspoon didn't test in Indy, and why should he? The Illinois corner produced the best tape of any college defensive back last season.


5. T Peter Skoronski, Northwestern

The bottom line: Skoronski's 32 1/4-inch arms won't be for everyone, but they are more than long enough to keep him at tackle in my book‚ especially when Skoronski tested as explosively as he did, with a 34.5-inch vertical and 9-foot-7 broad jump.


6. QB C.J. Stroud, Ohio State

The bottom line: Stroud gave a “don't forget about me” performance in Indianapolis. He was the single most accurate quarterback in attendance and feathered in multiple 60-plus-yard go-balls.


7. QB Will Levis, Kentucky

The bottom line: Levis' arm stood out among a very talented quarterback group at the scouting combine. The zip he has to the intermediate level of the field paired with his compact release is special. He did as much as he could to alleviate the concerning accuracy we saw on tape.


8. RB Bijan Robinson, Texas

The bottom line: Robinson's freakiest qualities — balance and elusiveness — can't be captured in combine drills. Still, his 4.46-second 40, 1.52-second 10-yard split, 37-inch vertical and 10-foot-4 broad jump are all dynamite figures for a 215-pound back.


9. WR Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Ohio State

The bottom line: JSN's 6.57-second three-cone and 3.93-second short shuttle were the best figures of any receiver in attendance at the combine.


10. TE Dalton Kincaid, Utah

The bottom line: Kincaid didn't test at the combine, which I'm not worried about whatsoever. He came in at 246 pounds, which is a more than adequate weight if that's what he maintains in the league.

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