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Joe Milton has unparalleled arm strength. The Tennessee signal caller may not have the same first-round.

quality as players like Jayden Daniels and Caleb Williams, but he still has some of the best raw athletic talent and ball-launching abilities available.

During the Volunteers’ annual Pro Day, he had the opportunity to showcase it to NFL scouts.

Among those was an outstanding 40-yard dash performance, in which the 245-pound QB ran a 4.56-second time. To put it in perspective, only Kedon Slovis’s 4.55 would have been better among all quarterbacks at the NFL Combine than that one.

However, the rocket arm affixed to the right side of the signal caller’s body was what people really wanted to see. He would not let you down.

Joe Milton’s cannon once again made an impression, hitting his Tennessee teammates in stride and dumping 75-yard bombs left and right.

And as if the crowd’s reaction to his first toss wasn’t jaw-dropping enough, he chose to highlight the reasons why so many people had high expectations for him despite

In his lone season as a starter at Michigan, the quarterback struggled with accuracy, recording completion percentages below 57%.

With Tennessee, the number increased, and as a senior, he had his best college season, completing 65% of his passes for 20 touchdowns against five interceptions.

However, when it comes to hitting adjacent receivers, that arm strength is frequently a liability.

His inability to control his power often backfires, whether he’s firing uncatchable shots at close range or sailing throws over his intended targets.

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