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NFL Scouting Combine 2017 measurements: Jared Goff Cal successor's hands nearly as small

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Last year's number one overall pick, Jared Goff was selected with the top pick despite having the smallest hands in his class. Well, now he has the smallest hands in the last two classes.

Goff's hands were an even 9 inches. His Cal successor, Davis Webb was among the smallest hands at this year's combine, coming in at just 9 1/4. In case you're wondering if it's just a Cal thing, Aaron Rodgers's hands were 9 3/8.

The smallest hands in this year's combine was 9 1/8 and they belong to Central Michigan's Cooper Rush.

The largest hands in this year's combine belong to Colorado's Sefo Liufau. And it's not even close. Liufau's mits are an impressive 10 3/4. That's 3/4 of an inch more than the next guy and a full inch and a half larger than the smaller handed guys listed above.

Player School Height Weight Arm Hand
Beathard, CJ Iowa 6020 219 30 5/8 9 3/5
Dobbs, Josh Tennessee 6030 216 32 5/8 9 1/4
Evans, Jerod Virginia Tech 6030 232 33 1/8 9 3/8
Kaaya, Brad Miami (Florida) 6040 214 32 9 3/4
Kizer, Deshone Notre Dame 6042 233 33 1/8 9 7/8
Knight, Trevor Texas A&M 6010 219 30 5/8 9 7/8
Leidner, Mitch Minnesota 6030 226 33 3/4 10
Liufau, Sefo Colorado 6030 232 33 1/2 10 3/4
Mahomes, Patrick Texas Tech 6020 225 33 1/4 9 1/4
Peterman, Nathan Pittsburgh 6024 226 32 3/8 9 7/8
Rush, Cooper Central Michigan 6025 228 32 3/8 9 1/8
Russell, Seth Baylor 6030 213 32 1/4 9 5/8
Trubisky, Mitch North Carolina 6021 222 32 9 1/2
Watson, Deshaun Clemson 6024 221 33 9 3/4
Webb, Davis California 6050 229 33 1/8 9 1/4