In the most anticipated pro day workout ahead of April's 2019 NFL draft, potential No. 1 overall pick Kyler Murray impressed scouts on hand. The Oklahoma quarterback, who is currently my No. 2-ranked QB prospect and No. 9-ranked prospect overall, participated in throwing drills but did not run the 40-yard dash.
Here's what we learned from Murray's workout.
1. The buzz for No. 1 overall isn't going anywhere
More than 70 executives, coaches and scouts from NFL teams were in attendance Wednesday, and the thought that Murray is still the favorite to go No. 1 overall isn't fading. There were multiple Sooners players working out, but the circus was, of course, for the talented QB.