After Day 2 of Senior Bowl practices in Mobile, Ala., on Wednesday, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told reporters which quarterback stood out to him.
Coincidentally, that quarterback happened to be from the program closest to AT&T Stadium, as Jones said he was “most impressed” with TCU’s Max Duggan.
“He just looked comfortable. He looked confident. And he was really throwing the ball around,” Jones said, via Jori Epstein of Yahoo Sports. “He was certainly the most impressive quarterback in my mind.”
The Horned Frogs QB announced his intent to declare for the 2023 NFL draft back in December. However, as of now, the Cowboys haven’t shown any interest in drafting a quarterback for next season. Starter Dak Prescott will be entering the third year of his four-year contract in 2023.
Duggan’s performance at the Senior Bowl and the practices leading up to Saturday’s game could help boost his draft stock.
Duggan was the runner-up in voting for the 2022 Heisman Trophy. This past season, he completed 63.7% of his passes for 3,698 yards with 32 touchdown passes and eight interceptions.