Central Florida linebacker Shaquem Griffin was born with a rare genetic condition that prevented the fingers on his left hand from developing. He underwent surgery to amputate his fingers at age 4.
It has never stopped him and it does not appear to be limiting him as he undergoes the audition process with NFL teams at the Senior Bowl and this week's Scouting Combine.
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.
More than 300 draft prospects will be in Indianapolis for the NFL's annual Scouting Combine, with 52 hours of live coverage on NFL Network.
Positional on-field drills begin at 9 a.m. each day on NFL Network and NFL.com. Each three-hour block will re-air at 4 p.m., 8 p.m. and midnight.
Friday, March 2: Running backs, offensive linemen, special teams
More than 300 NFL prospects will be at the Scouting Combine next week in Indianapolis. The 40-yard dash has become an annual highlight with fans obsessing over hundredths of a second and players investing significant money in working with trainers and speed coaches to improve by those hundredths.
But why do players run 40 yards and not 50 yards or 100 yards?
The Bills are among several teams seemingly in need of a quarterback this offseason, and 19 top prospects have received their invitations to the Scouting Combine, according to the list released Tuesday.
The combine begins Feb. 27 in Indianapolis. A total of 326 players have received invitations.
Here are the invited quarterbacks in alphabetical order: