McShay’s takeaways from QB pro days: Did Bryce Young or C.J. Stroud have the better workout?

  • ESPN College Football and NFL Draft Analyst
  • Joined ESPN in 2006
  • Played quarterback in high school and was a backup QB for the University of Richmond.

Alabama quarterback Bryce Young continued a string of pro day workouts for top quarterback prospects in the 2023 NFL draft on Thursday. NFL team scouts and evaluators will enjoy a three-day stretch of pro days, which kicked off with Ohio State’s C.J. Stroud on Wednesday, rolled through Tuscaloosa on Thursday and finishes up with Kentucky’s Will Levis on Friday. Florida’s Anthony Richardson will follow next week. I’ve been on the move and will be traveling to see all four live.

Young is currently my top quarterback and overall prospect in the class. There’s a good chance we see all four of these quarterbacks drafted in the top 10 picks, and Young is in the running to be the first one off the board at No. 1 overall. Like Stroud on Wednesday, Young looked solid in his workout.

I’m headed back to the airport to catch my flight to Lexington for Levis’ workout on Friday, but I wanted to share my biggest takeaways from Young’s pro day and what comes next for him. My thoughts on Stroud from Wednesday are also below, and check back Friday for the same on Levis.

Bryce Young, Alabama

Pro day: March 23 | Ranking: No. 1 (QB1)
HT: 5-foot-10 | WT: 204 pounds

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