After seeing his NFL Draft stock take a considerable hit at the East-West Shrine Game, Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein will attempt to boost his stock by participating in all drills at the NFL Scouting Combine, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.
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Some quarterback prospects opt to skip the workout portion of the combine, instead favoring a controlled workout during their pro day. Klein, however, is taking the opposite approach by not only throwing at the combine, but taking part in all of the quarterback drills. Klein has often been compared to New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow, with some questioning Klein's throwing motion and ability to play quarterback in the NFL.
By throwing and working out at the combine, Klein will have the opportunity to show his skills in front of representatives from all 32 NFL teams. While Klein will throw and go through quarterback drills, he remains unwilling to workout out as a tight end. Some have speculated the 6'5 226 pound Klein would be drafted higher as a tight end prospect than a quarterback.