Bryce Young isn't the first top quarterback prospect to face questions about his size during the pre-draft process, and he won't be the last.
Kenny Pickett and Joe Burrow dealt with questions about their hand size leading up to their selections,
while Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray faced concerns about their height before ultimately coming off the board No. 1 overall.
A tremendous career at Alabama won't be enough to ward off concerns about Young's height as teams try to spot potential vulnerabilities.
The question is, will those concerns fall by the wayside on draft night, as they did with Mayfield and Murray?
Shorter quarterbacks, namely Drew Brees and Russell Wilson, have thrived in the NFL, but will that be enough to make Young the first quarterback off the board in April?
Here's what you need to know about Young's height and size.
On Saturday at the NFL combine, Young measured in at exactly 5-10 1/8 and 204 pounds.
He is measured at the exact height Murray was measured during the 2019 combine. Young was listed as 5-11 coming out of high school.
Young hasn't spoken at length about his height in the buildup to the draft, though that may change in the coming weeks.