Showing off some impressive athletic skills to go along with a strong arm, the UCLA commit ran a 4.44 forty, jumped 10 feet in the broad jump, ran a 3.97 shuttle, was clocked at 6.89 in the L-cone drill, and he also jumped 33 inches in the vertical jump.
Many observers considered it the best athletic performance by a quarterback ever at a camp or combine.
In the video first shot, he's seen with UCLA-committed tight end Nate Chandler, as Chandler catches balls for him.
In the warm-up throwing drills, he's throwing with his younger brother, Robert Forcier, a freshman at San Diego Scripps Ranch.
In the third throwing throwing rep, catching Forcier's ball is Markques Simas, the receiver prospect from San Diego Mira Mesa. In the one highlight where Forcier throws to a running back out of the backfield, it's UCLA-commmitted tailback Raymond Carter. In the final clip, Forcier throws to Chandler.
Chris Forcier in Action at Combine -- Watch Video
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