According to Chris Fetters' report after the combine, Costa caught everyone's attention.
Last season Costa threw for 2,200 yards, 24 touchdowns, and six interceptions and also ran for 700 yards and six touchdowns. With those kinds of numbers it is no wonder that Oregon is among his list of favorites. Although none of the Oregon coaches were at the combine because it was held on Sunday and consequently a non-contact day
Costa also lists Arizona, Arizona State, Iowa, Mississippi, Northwestern, UCLA, California, Fresno State and USC as programs he is interested in.
Here are the performance numbers from the combine:
40-yard dash: 4.86 seconds
Short shuttle: 4.44 seconds
Long shuttle: 12:50 seconds
Vertical jump: 28.0 inches
Figure 8: 7.89 seconds
Angle drive: 11.75
Check out the videos of Costa's work:
Costa had a good day in Berkeley
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