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Skip Bayless Comments On Bryce Young’s Official Weight

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The NFL draft is inching closer, and the pre-draft process is in full swing.

This week, all the NFL teams met in Indianapolis for the NFL combine.

Among the many pre-draft workouts, the combine is the one that all teams attend.

There are bound to be a few future stars in this draft class, but finding them is what separates the good teams from the bad.

One position that is being watched carefully this week is quarterback.

All of the top teams are trying to find out which one of these signal-callers is best.

The consensus top quarterback is Alabama’s, Bryce Young.

But, one of his knocks is that he is too small to be an NFL QB.

It seems like weighing 200 pounds was the number that most teams were hoping for.

Young just surpassed that number with his weigh-in on Saturday as he checked in at 204 pounds.

Skip Bayless is pleased with the height and weight of his favorite QB in the class.

I am just fine with Bryce Young measuring 5-10 1/8 and weighing 204 pounds. HE’S THE BEST OF THESE QBS AND HE’S GOING TO BE A STAR. The arm, the accuracy, the leadership, the clutch guts. I like C.J. Stroud but I love Bryce Young.

— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) March 4, 2023

Bayless is adamant about the fact that Young will be a star in the NFL.

We have seen a few smaller quarterbacks have success in the league.

The most notable are Kyler Murray, Russell Wilson, and Drew Brees.

Young is similar to Murray and Wilson in the way that he uses his legs to escape pressure.

Even though Bayless is far from an NFL scout, he may be right when it comes to Young.

It seems like a lock that the Alabama QB will be a top-three selection.

But where he will play is still in question.

Do not be surprised if a team trades up into the top spot to select Young.

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