Georgia QB Aaron Murray (knee) said he didn’t have any limitations with his surgically repaired knee during his pro day Wednesday, April 16, despite wearing a brace on his left knee. His workout Wednesday included 54 passes to several receivers. ‘We did a lot of throws on the run, left and right, to demonstrate my ability to cut off my leg and show everyone that I’m healthy,’ he said. ‘That way these teams don’t have to worry about if they draft me that I’m going to have to sit out or anything like that.’

Footballguys View: Good news for Murray here. He’s a mid- to late-round quarterback with some upside. Murray is 6′ tall and has drawn comparisons to Drew Brees or Russell Wilson because of his accuracy within the pocket. He’s not as athletic as those two, and his accuracy suffers when throwing off platform.

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