NFL Combine Quarterback Workout Recap  

The quarterbacks took the field on Saturday at the NFL Combine, and while the major names - Caleb Williams, Drake Maye, and Jayden Daniels - did not attend, there were plenty of prospects on exhibit for the Las Vegas   

Raiders. So, let's look at how J.J. McCarthy, Joe Milton, Bo Nix, Michael Penix Jr., and Spencer Rattler performed.  

Ahead of the workouts, Reception Perception's Derrik Klassen published a few metrics from McCarthy's quarterback charting that revealed his troubles when throwing to the left.   

That continued to be an issue on Saturday, as he missed behind receivers a few times before overcorrecting with a low and in front pass.  

However, on the right side of the field, the story was different. When it came to deep outs, I had the Michigan product hitting four of them perfectly.  

He also made some excellent comeback throws and dropped a few in the bucket on post-corner routes, all to the right side of the field.  

McCarthy's deep passes were little unimpressive. While he completed the majority of them, receivers had to move to the sideline.   

That isn't a bad spot to "miss" in games, but you'd like to see him push the ball down the field more in an event like this with no defenders on the field to demonstrate his arm strength.  

Milton's day didn't start well since his timing was off on the shorter routes and it was clear he was struggling to manage his enormous arm, which resulted in him pointing the ball rather than throwing it.  

When the group progressed to deeper paths, it was clear Milton was in his element. He looked smart on the dig routes over the middle of the field, throwing with high velocity and getting the ball to his receivers.  

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