Charley Casserly, a former NFL general manager turned draft analyst for the NFL Network, said the quarterback would have to display a strong throwing arm.

“Number one, there’s going to be a question on his shoulder,” he said, “how the velocity is and where your doctors feel he is. … I (also) want to see him with throws under pressure. He had a clean pocket a lot of times. I have no questions about toughness. I saw guys right there under his nose, and this guy never flinched and threw the ball and completed it. What else you’ll get in a workout is the velocity on the ball, the quickness of the release, and how he takes some coaching.”

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