According to Calvin Watkins of the Dallas Morning News, Max Duggan, the star quarterback for TCU and 2022 Heisman Trophy runner-up, worked out for the Dallas Cowboys before to the NFL draft.
The Cowboys are committed to selecting a quarterback in the 2023 draft, according to Jerry Jones’ declaration in January.
Watkins added: “The team has viewed workouts of three quarterbacks with local ties during the NFL draft process, people with knowledge of the workouts told The Dallas Morning News.”
The Cowboys will make their first selection in the first round this April at number 26.
The 2021 season saw a sharp decline in Duggan’s draft standing. Duggan missed the final eight games of his junior season after playing despite significant foot problems. While his absence, backup Chandler Morris performed admirably, and Duggan was informed at the start of the 2022 season that he had lost the starting position he had held for three years.
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