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2016 NFL Combine results: The quarterbacks weigh in

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Check out the basic measurables for the signal callers.

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The quarterbacks, receivers and tight ends all had their weigh-ins on Thursday. We now know height, weight and length. At the QB position, height and hand size tend to matter. More or less, a signal caller has to be 6-2 or taller to be optimal size. Their hands should be at least nine inches at minimum, or ball security might be an issue.

If you look at the prospects in terms of Bruce Arians and the Arizona Cardinals, you tend to look for thicker frames, too. Arians has always preferred guys who are 6-4 or bigger and more than 220 pounds.

Here are the results:

# Name School Height Weight Arm Hand
QB01 Adams, Vernon Oregon 5110 200 30 1/4 9 1/8
QB02 Allen, Brandon Arkansas 6010 217 31 1/4 8 7/8
QB03 Boykin, Trevone TCU 6000 212 31 5/8 9 3/8
QB04 Brissett, Jacoby North Carolina State 6040 231 32 1/4 9 3/4
QB05 Cook, Connor Michigan State 6040 217 33 9 3/4
QB06 Doughty, Brandon Western Kentucky 6030 213 32 9 1/8
QB07 Driskell, Jeff Louisiana Tech 6040 234 33 1/2 9 3/4
QB08 Goff, Jared Califonia 6040 215 32 3/4 9
QB09 Hackenberg, Christian Penn State 6040 223 32 9
QB10 Hogan, Kevin Stanford 6030 218 32 3/8 10 1/4
QB11 Jones, Cardale Ohio State 6050 253 33 3/4 9 3/4
QB12 Kessler, Cody Southern Cal 6010 220 32 5/8 10 7/8
QB13 Lynch, Paxton Memphis 6070 244 34 1/4 10 1/4
QB14 Prescott, Dak Mississippi State 6020 226 32 1/4 10 7/8
QB15 Stave, Joel Wisconsin 6050 236 33 1/4 10 3/4
QB16 Sudfeld, Nate Indiana 6060 234 34 1/4 9 7/8
QB17 Wentz, Carson North Dakota State 6050 237 33 1/4 10
QB18 Woodrum, Josh Liberty 6030 231 31 7/8 9 1/4