As I mentioned before, there were a number of high-profile attendees at Texas Christian workout on Friday, including 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh, and none of them could have been disappointed with the display of QB Andy Dalton.
Twenty players worked out at TCU’s new indoor facility, but Dalton was the star of the show. Dalton really lit it up in front of a crowd that included Harbaugh, Jaguars offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter and new Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden. In all, there were 46 people from 26 teams in attendance.
Dalton made 50 passes and there was not a single uncatchable ball. He really made quite a showing for himself, and he likely will be a second-round pick now.
Dalton stayed on all of his combine numbers, and measured 6-foot-2 ¼, and 210 pounds. He is athletic and throws with great velocity. In addition to the great workout, it’s important to note that Dalton has been a winner, only losing three games during his college career to Oklahoma, Utah (the year the Utes beat Alabama in the Sugar Bowl), and against Boise State in the 2010 Fiesta Bowl.
Dalton has three private workouts scheduled with Cleveland, Chicago and New England.
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