Cal quarterback Jared Goff plans on showing as much as he can to the scouts in attendance at the Combine later this month.
Speaking to Pro Football Talk Live this week, Goff declared that he would be a full participant in Indianapolis.
“I’ll do it all,” Goff said. “I’ll throw and I’ll do it all. I think it’s the right thing to do. I’ve got nothing to hide. Go out there and throw and have some fun.”
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Goff is among the top quarterbacks of the 2016 class along with Memphis’s Paxton Lynch and North Dakota State’s Carson Wentz—who played for (and got to know) Jason Garrett and the Cowboys’ staff last week at the Senior Bowl.
As you’ve probably heard, the Cowboys will enter the 2016 Draft looking for a quarterback of the future, and Goff could very well be in that discussion. But owner Jerry Jones has also been quick to remind everyone that they’re not married to the idea of drafting a quarterback at No. 4 overall by any stretch of the imagination.