The second day of interviews and measurements at the 2016 NFL Combine were for the Quarterbacks, and Wide Receivers that had Cardinal standouts Kevin Hogan and Devon Cajuste on full display.
Hogan and Cajuste were both 5-year athletes at Stanford, and both have been a part of one of the best runs ever for the Cardinal football program as both athletes were a major part in winning 3 PAC-12 titles in 4 years.
There are many scouts intrigued to see how Hogan and Cajuste will measure up as both are considered to be prospects in the later rounds of the upcoming 2016 NFL Draft in Chicago.
Here are the measurements:
Kevin Hogan, Quarterback: Hogan had the most unenviable task of replacing one of the most talented QBs to ever grace the Cardinal uniform with Andrew Luck. Not only did Hogan successfully succeed Luck, he led the Cardinal to unprecedented heights with 3 PAC-12 titles, 3 postseason victories, and 2 Rose Bowl wins. Scouts love Hogan's demeanor, and confidence that he can succeed at the next level. Since the end of the season, Hogan has worked with several "QB Guru's" that are looking to help his mechanics translate into the next level. Several scouts have been impressed with Hogan's intelligence, and quiet confidence. It is no surprise that scouts have been hard on Hogan's footwork and throwing ability. Many scouts are feeling that Hogan will be worth a late round pick, stash him on the bench, and let him learn the pro game for a year or two.
Hands: 10 ¼"
Arm Length: 32 3/8"
Devon Cajuste, Wide Receiver: Cajuste comes into the NFL Combine in Indianapolis as one of the most intriguing prospects at the Wide Receiver position. Cajuste is one of the heaviest WRs entering the physical portion of the Combine, but is also one of the most physically imposing athletes at the event. The 5th year receiver is an interesting prospect because several scouts are saying that Cajuste can be seen as a type of hybrid Tight End/WR. Cajuste has huge hands, and great arm length that has perked the interest of scouts at the next level. Scouts are most interested on his physical agility, and how well he runs routes with different QBs at the event.
Hands: 10 ¾"
Arm Length: 33"