ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — With a line of NFL scouts and coaches watching his every move and reports swirling that Blake Bortles could be the No. 1 overall pick in May's NFL draft, the UCF quarterback just did what he's done all year.
He focused on completing the next pass.
And Bortles hit enough of them at UCF's Pro Day on Wednesday to keep the discussion going on whether he should be the No. 1 pick — though he says he's not worried about that.
Bortles says he knew Wednesday's pro day "was something on the list of things that I can control, and the last thing before this was the (NFL) combine. Those were the two things that I could control, and that's what I focused on."