UCLA's Josh Rosen will throw at the Scouting Combine next Saturday in Indianapolis, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield has previously said he intends to take part in passing drills. The report indicates that Wyoming's Josh Allen and Oklahoma State's Mason Rudolph also will throw. USC's Sam Darnold has not made a decision yet.
Many -- if not all -- of the top QB prospects are going to throw during Combine drills next Saturday, I’m told. #UCLA’s Josh Rosen, #Oklahoma’s Baker Mayfield, #Wyoming’s Josh Allen, and #OKState’s Mason Rudolph are among those planning to show off their arms in Indy.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 23, 2018
With so many top quarterback prospects, the pressure to throw at the combine increases. In past years, top prospects have opted not to throw at the combine and instead throw at their college pro days. Pro Days are held on campus in familiar surroundings with familiar receivers.
Quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends are scheduled to work out at 9 a.m. NFL Network will have live coverage of the three-hour window and re-air the workouts at 4 p.m., 8 p.m. and midnight.