QBs Who Had Bad Measurements at 2020 NFL Combine

By David Hayes
Jake Fromm's hand size measurement at 2020 NFL Combine is among the most disappointing results.
Jake Fromm's hand size measurement at 2020 NFL Combine is among the most disappointing results. / Chris Graythen/Getty Images
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The 2020 NFL Scouting Combine is officially underway, with quarterback prospects' hand sizes and measurements making headlines this Monday.

Michigan State's Brian Lewerke was arguably Monday's biggest surprise winner, with a Combine-best hand size measuring at a whopping 10-5/8 inches. Utah State's Jordan Love wasn't far behind Lewerke with hands at 10-4/8 inches, and Oregon's 6-foot-6-2/8-inch tall Justin Herbert also registered some notable 10-inch hands too.

Although, not everyone came out of Monday afternoon with good news, and here's a look at three of the most disappointing QB measurements from the NFL Scouting Combine.

NFL Combine QB Measurements 2020

3. Steven Montez Hand Size: 9-3/8 inches

Steven Montez's hand size was surprisingly small considering his 6-foot-4-inch height.
Steven Montez's hand size was surprisingly small considering his 6-foot-4-inch height. / Matthew Stockman/Getty Images

College: Colorado Buffaloes
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 231 pounds
Wingspan: 76-7/8 inches

2. Joe Burrow Hand Size: 9 inches

Joe Burrow's hand size measurement was surprisingly small for the No. 1 overall projected pick.
Joe Burrow's hand size measurement was surprisingly small for the No. 1 overall projected pick. / Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images

College: LSU Tigers
Height: 6'3-4/8"
Weight: 221 pounds
Wingspan: 74 inches

1. Jake Fromm Hand Size: 8-7/8 inches

Jake Fromm's hand size was one of only two QB measurements to come under 9 inches.
Jake Fromm's hand size was one of only two QB measurements to come under 9 inches. / Sean Gardner/Getty Images

College: Georgia Bulldogs
Height: 6'1-7/8"
Weight: 219 pounds
Wingspan: 75 inches


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