How does Jake Fromm measure up against other QBs at combine?

Quarterbacks, tight ends and receivers arrived in Indianapolis to part in the NFL job fair, otherwise known as the scouting combine.

The process began Monday with players undergoing tests and measurements.

The hands of presumptive No. 1 pick Joe Burrow, of LSU, were measured at 9 inches, from pinkie to thumb. Social media fluttered after it was reported that his would be the smallest hands among first-round quarterbacks measured at the combine since 2008.

Burrow replied in kind tweeting he was “Considering retirement after I was informed the football will be slipping out of my tiny hands.”

For the record, Georgia’s Jake Fromm has smaller hands. Here’s a look at the top QB prospects measured up:

Kelly Bryant, Missouri 

Height: 6-foot-3 1/8 
Weight: 229 
Hand: 9 4/8 
Arm: 32 2/8 
Wingspan: 78

Joe Burrow, LSU  

Height: 6-3 4/8 
Weight: 221 
Hand:
Arm: 30 7/8 
Wingspan: 74

Jacob Eason, Washington  

Height: 6-5 7/8 
Weight: 231 
Hand: 9 4/8 
Arm: 32 7/8 
Wingspan: 79

Jake Fromm, Georgia

Height: 6-1 7/8 
Weight: 219 
Hand: 8 7/8 
Arm: 31 1/8 
Wingspan: 75

Justin Herbert, Oregon

Height: 6-6 2/8 
Weight: 236 
Hand: 10 
Arm: 32 7/8 
Wingspan: 78 7/8

Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma

Height: 6-1 
Weight: 222 
Hand: 9 6/8 
Arm: 31 6/8 
Wingspan: 77 5/8

Brian Lewerke, Michigan State  

Height: 6-2 4/8 
Weight: 213 
Hand: 10 5/8
Arm: 32 1/8 
Wingspan: 75 4/8

Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama

Height: 6-0
Weight: 217
Hand: 10 (left), 9 7/8 (right)
Arm: 30 4/8
Wingspan: 75 2/8

On-field skills tests for tight ends, quarterbacks and wide receivers will be held Thursday, Feb. 27 inside Lucas Oil Stadium. They will air from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. on NFL Network.