NFL Draft 2019: Kyler Murray unsure he’ll throw at scouting combine, report says

first_imgDrafted by the Athletics ninth overall in the 2018 MLB Draft, Murray is expected to go within the top 10 picks in the upcoming NFL Draft. Murray said he is training with his father, Kevin, for the combine. Related News Kyler Murray on being drafted by Cardinals: ‘That would be nice for sure’ Then there’s the 40-yard dash. Murray said Monday the last time he was officially timed a couple of years ago, he ran a 4.3. No quarterback prospect has ever run a 4.3 at the combine, and only 17 players in combine history have matched that speed. Bengals wide receiver John Ross set the record (4.22 seconds) at the 2017 combine.center_img Tim Tebow told top NFL, MLB prospect Kyler Murray to ‘follow his heart’ Kyler Murray said Monday he’s unsure if he’ll throw at the upcoming NFL Scouting Combine, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.Whether he participates in passing drills or not, the 2018 Heisman Trophy winner will certainly be one of the most-watched prospects at the combine. One thing that will be closely monitored is his height measurement. He reportedly measured 5-9 7/8 last season at Oklahoma, according to an Oklahoma official.last_img read more