Helm and Jones took part in on-field workouts Saturday while Giles-Harris sat in on an NFLPA meeting, psychological testing, bench press and interviews. Giles-Harris will go through his on-field events Sunday with live television coverage provided by NFL Network.
Below are some of the highlighted comments from writers around the country who were covering the Duke contingent in Indianapolis.
Matt Lombardo, NJ.com
"Jones likely helped himself the most of any of the quarterbacks on Saturday."
Jake Kring-Schreifels & Ryan Fowler, Redskins.com
"Quarterback Daniel Jones, who has been mocked to Washington from most media sites, flashed both his potential, and raw arm talent."
PHOTO: Joe Giles-Harris
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I thought Daniel Jones helped himself the most of all the quarterbacks today. Drew Lock flashed the best arm of this group. Haskins’ best throws were on deep post and go, thought he got off to a slow start. #NFLCombine— Matt Lombardo (@MattLombardoNFL) March 2, 2019
From the floor of the #scoutingcombine, yes, (former safety) Trace McSorley was asked to do DB drills, Daniel Jones bears a resemblance to Eli Manning & DK Metcalf ate a donut. One. @Krispykreme @nflnetwork pic.twitter.com/rq6LBgMSGM— Kimberly Jones (@KimJonesSports) March 2, 2019
Top official vertical jumps for quarterbacks at #NFLCombine:— NFL Draft (@NFLDraft) March 2, 2019
1. Tyree Jackson, @UBFootball, 34.5
2. Will Grier, @WVUfootball, 34
t3. Daniel Jones, @DukeFOOTBALL, 33.5
t3. G. Minshew, @WSUCougFB, 33.5
t3. Easton Stick, @NDSUfootball, 33.5