2023 NFL Combine Hand Size Results: Notable Quarterback Measurements and More

What are the NFL Combine hand size results from the 2023 event -- and which players have the biggest and smallest hands of the current class?

Every year, there is a lot of intrigue in the measurement portion of the NFL Combine, and hand size has been an area that has dominated interest in recent years. Below is a list of all the NFL Combine hand size results for the 2023 event.

2023 NFL Combine Hand Size Results

The NFL Combine hand size results are broken down by position, with the invitees listed alphabetically within their position. Players whose hands were not measured are listed with “–” beside their name.

Quarterbacks

  • Aidan O’Connell | 9 3/4″
    Purdue
  • Anthony Richardson | 10 1/2″
    Florida
  • Bryce Young | 9 3/4″
    Alabama
  • CJ Stroud | 10″
    Ohio State
  • Clayton Tune | 9 3/8″
    Houston
  • Dorian Thompson-Robinson | 9 7/8″
    UCLA
  • Hendon Hooker | 10 1/2″
    Tennessee
  • Jake Haener | 9 3/8″
    Fresno State
  • Jaren Hall | 9 1/2″
    BYU
  • Malik Cunningham | 9 1/2″
    Louisville
  • Max Duggan | 9 7/8″
    TCU
  • Stetson Bennett | 10″
    Georgia
  • Tanner McKee | 9 3/8″
    Stanford
  • Tyson Bagent | 9 1/2″
    Shepherd
  • Will Levis | 10 5/8″
    Kentucky

Running Backs

  • Bijan Robinson | 9 3/4″
    Texas
  • Camerun Peoples | 9 3/4″
    Appalachian State
  • Chase Brown | 10″
    Illinois
  • Chris Rodriguez Jr. | 8 5/8″
    Kentucky
  • Deneric Prince | 9 1/4″
    Tulsa
  • Deuce Vaughn | 9 1/2″
    Kansas State
  • Devon Achane | 8 1/2″
    Texas A&M
  • DeWayne McBride | 9 1/4″
    UAB
  • Eric Gray | 9 3/4″
    Oklahoma
  • Evan Hull | 9 1/4″
    Northwestern
  • Israel Abanikanda | 8 1/4″
    Pitt
  • Jahmyr Gibbs | 9 1/4″
    Alabama
  • Keaton Mitchell | 9 1/4″
    East Carolina
  • Kendre Miller | 9 3/8″
    TCU
  • Kenny McIntosh | 9″
    Georgia
  • Mohamed Ibrahim | 9″
    Minnesota
  • Roschon Johnson | 9 5/8″
    Texas
  • SaRodorick Thompson | 9″
    Texas Tech
  • Sean Tucker | 9 1/2″
    Syracuse
  • Tank Bigsby | 9 1/2″
    Auburn
  • Tavion Thomas | 9 1/4″
    Utah
  • Tiyon Evans | 8 1/2″
    Louisville
  • Travis Dye | 9 1/4″
    USC
  • Tyjae Spears | 10″
    Tulane
  • Zach Charbonnet | 9 7/8″
    UCLA
  • Zach Evans | 10 1/4″
    Mississippi

Fullback

  • Hunter Luepke | 9 5/8″
    North Dakota State

Wide Receivers

  • Andrei Iosivas | 8 3/4″
    Princeton
  • Antoine Green | 9″
    North Carolina
  • A.T. Perry | 9 1/4″
    Wake Forest
  • Bryce Ford-Wheaton | 9 3/8″
    West Virginia
  • Cedric Tillman | 10″
    Tennessee
  • Charlie Jones | 9″
    Purdue
  • C.J. Johnson | 10 1/4″
    East Carolina
  • Demario Douglas | 8 3/4″
    Liberty
  • Derius Davis | 8″
    TCU
  • Dontay Demus Jr. | 9 3/4″
    Maryland
  • Dontayvion Wicks | 10″
    Virginia
  • Elijah Higgins | 10 1/2″
    Stanford
  • Grant DuBose | 9 1/2″
    Charlotte
  • Jacob Copeland | 8 5/8″
    Maryland
  • Jadon Haselwood  | 10″
    Arkansas
  • Jake Bobo | 10″
    UCLA
  • Jalen Brooks | 9 1/2″
    South Carolina
  • Jalen Cropper | 8 7/8″
    Fresno State
  • Jalen Wayne | 9 3/8″
    South Alabama
  • Jalin Hyatt | 9″
    Tennessee
  • Jaray Jenkins | 10″
    LSU
  • Jason Brownlee Jr. | 9 3/4″
    Southern Miss
  • Jaxon Smith-Njigba | 9″
    Ohio State
  • Jayden Reed | 9 1/8″
    Michigan State
  • Jonathan Mingo | 10 3/8″
    Mississippi
  • Jordan Addison | 8 3/4″
    USC
  • Joseph Ngata | 10 1/4″
    Clemson
  • Josh Downs | 9 1/4″
    North Carolina
  • Justin Shorter | 10″
    Florida
  • Kayshon Boutte | 9 1/2″
    LSU
  • Kearis Jackson | 9 3/8″
    Georgia
  • Malik Heath | 9 1/8″
    Mississippi
  • Malik Knowles | 8 3/4″
    Kansas State
  • Marvin Mims Jr. | 9″
    Oklahoma
  • Matt Landers | 9 1/4″
    Arkansas
  • Michael Jefferson | 9 5/8″
    Louisiana
  • Michael Wilson | 9 3/4″
    Stanford
  • Mitchell Tinsley | 10″
    Penn State
  • Nathaniel Dell | 8 5/8″
    Houston
  • Parker Washington | 10 1/8″
    Penn State
  • Puka Nacua | 9 1/2″
    BYU
  • Quentin Johnston | 9 5/8″
    TCU
  • Rakim Jarrett | 9 3/8″
    Maryland
  • Rashee Rice | 9 1/2″
    SMU
  • Ronnie Bell | 9 1/2″
    Michigan
  • Tre Tucker | 8 5/8″
    Cincinnati
  • Trey Palmer | 9 5/8″
    Nebraska
  • Tyler Scott | 9″
    Cincinnati
  • Xavier Hutchinson | 9 3/8″
    Iowa State
  • Zay Flowers | 9 1/4″
    Boston College

Tight End

  • Blake Whiteheart | 8 3/4″
    Wake Forest
  • Brayden Willis | 9 3/4″
    Oklahoma
  • Brenton Strange | 9 5/8″
    Penn State
  • Cameron Latu | 9 1/2″
    Alabama
  • Dalton Kincaid | 10 1/4″
    Utah
  • Darnell Washington | 11″
    Georgia
  • Davis Allen | 10″
    Clemson
  • Josh Whyle | 9 1/2″
    Cincinnati
  • Kyle Patterson | 9 1/4″
    Air Force
  • Leonard Taylor | 10 1/8″
    Cincinnati
  • Luke Musgrave | 10 3/8″
    Oregon State
  • Luke Schoonmaker | 9″
    Michigan
  • Michael Mayer | 9 1/2″
    Notre Dame
  • Noah Gindorff | 10″
    Noah Gindorff
  • Payne Durham | 9 3/4″
    Purdue
  • Sam LaPorta | 10 1/4″
    Iowa
  • Travis Vokolek | 9 1/2″
    Nebraska
  • Tucker Kraft | 10″
    South Dakota State
  • Will Mallory | 9 3/8″
    Miami
  • Zack Kuntz | 10 1/4″
    Old Dominion

Offensive Line

  • Alan Ali | 9 1/2″
    TCU
  • Alex Forsyth | 10 1/4″
    Oregon
  • Andrew Vorhees | 10″
    USC
  • Anthony Bradford | 9 1/2″
    LSU
  • Anton Harrison | 9 1/4″
    Oklahoma
  • Asim Richards | 10″
    North Carolina
  • Blake Freeland | 10″
    BYU
  • Braeden Daniels | 9 3/8″
    Utah
  • Brent Laing | 9 3/4″
    Minnesota Duluth
  • Broderick Jones | 10 5/8″
    Georgia
  • Carter Warren | 9 1/8″
    Pitt
  • Cody Mauch | 9 3/4″
    North Carolina State
  • Connor Galvin | 9″
    Baylor
  • Dalton Wagner | 10 1/2″
    Arkansas
  • Darnell Wright | 9″
    Tennessee
  • Dawand Jones | 11 5/8″
    Ohio State
  • Earl Bostick Jr. | 9 1/2″
    Kansas
  • Emil Ekiyor Jr. | 9 1/2″
    Alabama
  • Henry Bainivalu | 10 3/4″
    Washington
  • Jaelyn Duncan | 9 3/8″
    Maryland
  • Jake Andrews | 10″
    Troy
  • Jarrett Patterson | 10″
    Notre Dame
  • Jaxson Kirkland | 10 1/2″
    Washington
  • Joe Tippmann | 10 3/4″
    Wisconsin
  • John Michael Schmitz | 9 1/2″
    Minnesota
  • John Ojukwu | 10 3/4″
    Boise State
  • Jon Gaines II | 10 1/8″
    UCLA
  • Jordan McFadden | 9 1/2″
    Clemson
  • Jovaughn Gwyn | 9 7/8″
    South Carolina
  • Juice Scruggs | 10 1/4″
    Penn State
  • Luke Wypler | 9 5/8″
    Ohio State
  • Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu | 10 1/2″
    Oregon
  • Mark Evans II | 10 3/8″
    Arkansas Pine Bluff
  • Matthew Bergeron | 9 1/2″
    Syracuse
  • McClendon Curtis | 10 1/4″
    Chattanooga
  • Nick Broeker | 9 3/4″
    Mississippi
  • Nick Saldiveri | 10 1/4″
    Old Dominion
  • O’Cyrus Torrence | 11 1/4″
    Florida
  • Olu Oluwatimi | 8 5/8″
    Michigan
  • Paris Johnson Jr. | 9 1/2″
    Ohio State
  • Peter Skoronski | 10″
    Northwestern
  • Richard Gouraige | 10″
    Florida
  • Ricky Stromberg | 9 3/4″
    Arkansas
  • Ryan Hayes | 10″
    Michigan
  • Sidy Sow | 10 3/8″
    Eastern Michigan
  • Steve Avila | 9 1/4″
    TCU
  • Tashawn Manning | 9 3/4″
    Kentucky
  • TJ Bass | 9 1/4″
    Oregon
  • Tyler Steen | 10 1/2″
    Alabama
  • Wanya Morris | 10 1/4″
    Oklahoma
  • Warren McClendon | 10″
    Georgia

Interior Defensive Line

  • Bryan Bresee | 10 1/4″
    Clemson
  • Byron Young | 11″
    Alabama
  • Calijah Kancey | 9 1/8″
    Pitt
  • Cameron Young | 10″
    Mississippi State
  • Dante Stills | 9 5/8″
    West Virginia
  • DJ Dale | 9 3/4″
    Alabama
  • Gervon Dexter | 9 1/2″
    Florida
  • Jalen Carter | 10 1/4″
    Georgia
  • Jalen Redmond | 9 3/4″
    Oklahoma
  • Jaquelin Roy | 10 1/8″
    LSU
  • Jerrod Clark | 9 3/4″
    Coastal Carolina
  • Keeanu Benton | 9 3/4″
    Wisconsin
  • Keondre Coburn | 9 1/8″
    Texas
  • Mazi Smith | 9 3/4″
    Michigan
  • Moro Ojomo | 10 1/8″
    Texas
  • Nesta Jade Silvera | 9 7/8″
    Arizona State
  • PJ Mustipher | 9″
    Penn State
  • Siaki Ika | 10 1/4″
    Baylor
  • Tuli Tuipulotu | 10 1/8″
    USC
  • Tyler Lacy | 10 7/8″
    Oklahoma State
  • Viliami Fehoko | 9″
    San Jose State
  • Zacch Pickens | 10 3/8″
    South Carolina

EDGE

  • Adetomiwa Adebawore | 10 1/2″
    Northwestern
  • Ali Gaye | 9 1/2″
    LSU
  • Andre Carter II | 9 3/8″
    Army
  • Andre Jones Jr. | 10″
    Louisiana
  • BJ Ojulari | 10 1/2″
    LSU
  • Brenton Cox Jr. | 9 1/4″
    Florida
  • Byron Young | 9 1/4″
    Tennessee
  • Caleb Murphy | 10 1/4″
    Ferris State
  • Colby Wooden | 10 3/8″
    Auburn
  • Derick Hall | 10″
    Auburn
  • DJ Johnson | 9″
    Oregon
  • Dylan Horton | 9 1/2″
    TCU
  • Eku Leota | 9 1/2″
    Auburn
  • Felix Anudike-Uzomah | 9 5/8″
    Kansas State
  • Habakkuk Baldonado | 10 1/2″
    Pitt
  • Ikenna Enechukwu | 9 5/8″
    Rice
  • Isaiah Foskey | 9 7/8″
    Notre Dame
  • Isaiah Land | 9 1/4″
    Florida A&M
  • Isaiah McGuire | 8 5/8″
    Missouri
  • Jose Ramirez | 8 3/4″
    Eastern Michigan
  • Keion White | 10 1/8″
    Georgia Tech
  • KJ Henry | 10″
    Clemson
  • Lonnie Phelps Jr. | 9 1/4″
    Kansas
  • Lukas Van Ness | 11″
    Iowa
  • Mike Morris | 10″
    Michigan
  • MJ Anderson | 9 1/4″
    Iowa State
  • Myles Murphy | 8 1/2″
    Clemson
  • Nick Hampton | 9 1/2″
    Appalachian State
  • Noah Taylor | 8 5/8″
    North Carolina
  • Nolan Smith | 9″
    Georgia
  • Ochaun Mathis | 10 3/4″
    Nebraska
  • Robert Beal Jr. | 10 1/8″
    Georgia
  • Tavius Robinson | 9 5/8″
    Mississippi
  • Thomas Incoom | 8 3/4″
    Central Michigan
  • Tyree Wilson | 9 5/8″
    Texas Tech
  • Tyrus Wheat | 9″
    Mississippi State
  • Will Anderson Jr. | 9 7/8″
    Alabama
  • Will McDonald IV | 9 1/2″
    Iowa State
  • Yasir Abdullah | 9 1/4″
    Louisville
  • YaYa Diaby | 10 3/8″
    Louisville
  • Zach Harrison | 10″
    Ohio State

Linebackers

  • Anfernee Orji | 10 1/4″
    Vanderbilt
  • Cam Jones | 9 1/2″
    Indiana
  • Charlie Thomas | 8 1/2″
    Georgia Tech
  • Daiyan Henley | 9 1/2″
    Washington State
  • Dee Winters | 8 5/8″
    TCU
  • DeMarvion Overshown | 9 1/2″
    Texas
  • Dorian Williams | 10 1/4″
    Tulane
  • Drew Sanders | 9 3/4″
    Arkansas
  • Henry To’o To’o | 10 1/4″
    Alabama
  • Isaiah Moore | 9 1/8″
    North Carolina State
  • Ivan Pace Jr. | 9 1/2″
    Cincinnati
  • Jack Campbell | 10 1/4″
    Iowa
  • Jalen Graham | 9 7/8″
    Purdue
  • Jeremy Banks | 9 1/2″
    Tennessee
  • Micah Baskerville | 9 5/8″
    LSU
  • Nick Herbig | 9 1/4″
    Wisconsin
  • Noah Sewell | 10″
    Oregon
  • Owen Pappoe | 9 1/8″
    Auburn
  • Shaka Heyward | 9 1/2″
    Duke
  • SirVocea Dennis | 10 5/8″
    Pitt
  • Trenton Simpson | 10 1/4″
    Clemson
  • Ventrell Miller | 9 1/8″
    Florida

Cornerbacks

  • Alex Austin | 8 1/2″
    Oregon State
  • Anthony Johnson | 8 5/8″
    Iowa State
  • Anthony Johnson Jr. | 8 3/4″
    Virginia
  • Arquon Bush | 9 1/4″
    Cincinnati
  • Cam Smith | 9 1/8″
    South Carolina
  • Cameron Brown | 9″
    Ohio State
  • Cameron Mitchell | 9 3/4″
    Northwestern
  • Carrington Valentine | 9 1/4″
    Kentucky
  • Christian Gonzalez | 9 1/2″
    Oregon
  • Clark Phillips III | 9 1/8″
    Utah
  • Cory Trice | 9 3/4″
    Purdue
  • Darius Rush | 9 1/2″
    South Carolina
  • Darrell Luter Jr. | 10 3/8″
    South Alabama
  • Deonte Banks | 9 3/8″
    Maryland
  • Devon Witherspoon | 8 7/8″
    Illinois
  • DJ Turner | 9 5/8″
    Michigan
  • Eli Ricks | 8 7/8″
    Alabama
  • Emmanuel Forbes | 8 1/2″
    Mississippi State
  • Garrett Williams | 9 1/4″
    Syracuse
  • Jakorian Bennett | 9 1/8″
    Maryland
  • Jartavius Martin | 9 5/8″
    Illinois
  • Jaylon Jones | 9″
    Texas A&M
  • Joey Porter Jr. | 10″
    Penn State
  • Julius Brents | 9 5/8″
    Kansas State
  • Kei’Trel Clark | 8 1/4″
    Louisville
  • Kelee Ringo | 8 1/2″
    Georgia
  • Kyu Blu Kelly | 9 3/4″
    Stanford
  • Lance Boykin | 9 3/4″
    Coastal Carolina
  • Mekhi Blackmon | 9 1/4″
    USC
  • Mekhi Garner | 10 1/8″
    LSU
  • Myles Brooks | 9 1/2″
    Lousiana Tech
  • Nic Jones | 10″
    Ball State
  • Rejzohn Wright | 9 5/8″
    Oregon State
  • Riley Moss | 9 1/2″
    Iowa
  • Terell Smith | 9″
    Minnesota
  • Tre’Vius Hodges-Tomlinson | 8 5/8″
    TCU
  • Tyrique Stevenson | 9 5/8″
    Miami

Safety

  • Antonio Johnson | 9 3/4″
    Texas A&M
  • Brandon Hill | 9 1/2″
    Pitt
  • Brandon Joseph | 9″
    Notre Dame
  • Brian Branch | 9 1/2″
    Alabama
  • Chamarri Conner | 9″
    Virginia Tech
  • Christopher Smith | 9 5/8″
    Georgia
  • Daniel Scott | 10″
    Cal
  • DeMarcco Hellams | 9″
    Alabama
  • Gervarrius Owens | 9 1/2″
    Houston
  • Jammie Robinson | 8 3/4″
    Florida State
  • Jason Taylor II | 10″
    Oklahoma State
  • Jay Ward | 8 1/4″
    LSU
  • Ji’Ayir Brown | 10 1/8″
    Penn State
  • JL Skinner | 8 1/4″
    Boise State
  • Jordan Battle | 8 1/2″
    Alabama
  • Jordan Howden | 9 1/2″
    Minnesota
  • Kaevon Merriweather | 9 1/4″
    Iowa
  • Rashad Torrence II | 10″
    Florida
  • Ronnie Hickman Jr. | 9 3/8″
    Ohio State
  • Sydney Brown | 10 1/4″
    Illinois
  • Trey Dean III | 9 1/4″
    Florida
  • Tyreque Jones | 9 5/8″
    Boise State

Special Teams

  • Adam Korsak | 8 3/4″
    Rutgers
  • Alex Ward | 9 5/8″
    UCF
  • Anders Carlson | 9 1/2″
    Auburn
  • Brad Robbins | 9″
    Michigan
  • Bryce Baringer | 9″
    Michigan State
  • BT Potter | 8 7/8″
    Clemson
  • Chad Ryland | 9 3/8″
    Maryland
  • Christopher Dunn | 9 1/2″
    North Carolina State
  • Jack Podlesny | 9 1/8″
    Georgia
  • Jake Moody | 9 1/2″
    Michigan
  • Michael Turk | 10 1/8″
    Oklahoma
  • Paxton Brooks | 9 3/4″
    Tennessee

Who Had the Biggest Hands at the 2023 NFL Combine?

Through the first two days of measurements in the 2023 NFL Combine, two players are tied for the largest hands. Byron Young and Lukas Van Ness both measured with hands that were 11 inches.

Who Had the Smallest Hands at the 2023 NFL Combine?

After the first two days of measurements at the 2023 Combine, three players are tied for the smallest hands. Jay Ward, JL Skinner, and Kei’Trel Clark all had hands that measured 8 1/4 inches.

Which QB Had the Biggest Hand Size?

Of the quarterbacks at the 2023 NFL Combine, Will Levis has the biggest hands at 10 5/8″.

Which QB Had the Smallest Hand Size?

Three quarterbacks at the 2023 NFL Combine are tied for the smallest hands. Those three are Clayton Tune, Jake Haener, and Tanner McKee, whose hands all measured at 9 3/8″.

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