MOBILE, Ala. — Scouts filed into the Mobile Convention Center bright and early Tuesday morning for the National Scouting Weigh-in.
A total of 114 draft-eligible prospects have been split among the North and South rosters.
Prospects strode across a stage so that detailed heights could be recorded, and then they stepped on a scale to measure their weights.
Here are the roster superlatives:
North: Stetson tight end Donald Parham was measured at taller than 6-foot-8 (6083). He also had an 84-inch wingspan. The next-tallest were Iowa defensive end Anthony Nelson, who was more than 6-and-a-half-feet tall (6067) and Wisconsin guard Beau Benzschawel, who was a little taller than 6-6 (6062)
South: Buffalo QB Tyree Jackson was 6-7 even, as he’s listed on the roster. Mississippi State DE Montez Sweat 6-6 even and Elon tackle Oli Udoh (6056) were the next tallest.
North: Georgia State receiver Penny Hart was the shortest at 5-8 even. UMass receiver Andy Isabella was next, checking in under 5-9 (5087). Michigan running back Karan Higdon was 5-9.
South: Clemson cornerback Mark Fields checked in at 5101, just under LSU kicker Cole Tracy (5102). Clemson receiver Hunter Renfrow and Miami safety Jaquan Johnson were both measured at 5103.
North: Washington tackle Kaleb McGary tipped the scales at 321, a pound heavier than Northern Illinois tackle Max Scharping and Western Illinois defensive tackle Khalen Saunders, who is capable of executing backflips.
South: Jacksonville State guard B.J. Autry checked in at 351, which was 11 pounds heavier than his initial roster listing. Udoh and Texas A&M defensive tackle Daylon Mack were both 327 pounds.
North: Hart and Utah safety Marquise Blair each weighed 180 pounds. Isabella weighed 186.
South: Renfrow weighed 175 pounds, and Tracy was 183. Fields and Johnson were 186. Note: Jimmy Moreland, a cornerback at James Madison who was a late addition to the game, is initially listed at 175 but will undergo the weigh-in once he arrives in Mobile.