Arguably the best showing by any college QB this season, Pitt’s Kenny Pickett threw for 42 touchdowns with only 7 interceptions and added another 5 scores on the ground. This impressive showing, combined with his processing and accuracy, should be enough to land him in the early 1st round. There is one key concern that has the chance to be put to rest in Mobile; Pickett reportedly has 8 1/4 inch hands. Now this may sound like a silly issue, and in reality it might be. Regardless, quarterback hand size is an enigma that has brought the NFL scouting community to its knees. Typically, you want your QB to have, at the minimum, nine inch hands. It helps them with protecting the ball, provides more velocity on throws, and better downfield accuracy. If Pickett’s measurements hold up, he will have the smallest hands of any QB drafted… EVER. The two-gloved wearing warrior has the opportunity to lay to rest this long standing barrier to entry of hand size with some well placed passes outside the numbers using the NFL ball, and maybe bribing the hand measurer at the event.