Justin Herbert is considered to be one of the best quarterback prospects in the 2020 NFL Draft and he showed why on Friday. During Oregon’s Pro Day, Herbert proceeded the throw the ball 62 yards without stepping into it.

Of course, the first two quarterbacks expected to be taken in this year’s draft is Joe Burrow and Tua Tagovailoa. But after those two are off the board, Herbert is projected to be taken early in the first round.

Throughout the draft process, Herbert has impressed scouts with his character and leadership off of the field. Then, during the NFL Combine and his Pro Day, he proved why teams are enamored with his arm strength.

Standing at 6-foot-6, 234 pounds, Herbert can throw the ball down the field with ease. Even though there were no incoming pass rushers, a 62-yard pass without stepping into it is extremely impressive.

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