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Kyler Murray, A.J. Brown among notable players getting measured on Thursday

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This isn’t make or break, but it can help prospects check boxes.

College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Capital One Orange Bowl - Alabama v Oklahoma Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images

The 2019 NFL Combine is underway, and we have reached the second day of measurements. Draft prospects arrive, and on Day 2 of their week, we get an official height, weight, hand size, arm length, and wing span.

Today is a big day with quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers measuring in. Yahoo! NFL reporter Charles Robinson is providing a full rundown as measurements come in, and I figured it was worth dropping in a Twitter list featuring his tweets.

Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray is the big name thus far. He measured in at a shade over 5’10, weighing 207 pounds. There was concern about both his height and weight, but for the time being he has checked those boxes. He is over the 5’10 mark, and weighs three pounds more than Russell Wilson did at his Combine appearance.

The 49ers will be on the lookout for wide receivers in the 2019 NFL Draft, and A.J. Brown is one such option. He measured in at 6’0 and 12 inches and weighed 226 pounds. Matt Barrows described him as the kind of guy they would consider to replace Pierre Garçon in the Z-receiver role.

Follow along below for measurement fun!