Todd McShay took on one of the burning questions coming out of the NFL Combine on Tuesday when Mike Greenberg on “Get Up” asked him the significance of Alabama QB Bryce Young being measured at 5-foot-10 and 204 pounds in Indianapolis.

The ESPN analyst first made a comment about colleague Mel Kiper Jr. declaring that if Young weighed more than 195 pounds, he’d move him to No. 1 on his draft board.

“We’ll see if that changes, but 204 to me means the importance he’s put into nutrition and getting bigger and stronger” McShay said. “He took a beating in the SEC, had the shoulder injury that bothered him for a few weeks, other than that, though, was durable.”

McShay then offered a bit of research and said that Young would be the lightest quarterback since 2006 to be drafted in the first round.

“I love his poise, I think he plays the game so under control,” McShay said. “It’s so slow to him, to me he’s a smaller Patrick Mahomes.”

As for the teams potentially considering drafting him, or moving up to get in that position, the only concern is will Young stay on the field, or will it be a Tua Tagovailoa situation.