Premier quarterback prospect Bryce Young isn’t worried about concerns over his size.

The Alabama product expressed confidence in himself Friday despite speculation by pundits over whether his stature can hold up at the NFL level.

“I’ve been this size, respectfully, my whole life. I know who I am, and I know what I can do,” Young told reporters at the NFL combine, according to Mike Rodak of “For me, it’s fair, everyone can speculate and ask whatever questions are necessary. I’m going to continue to control what I can control.”

Young, who could potentially be the first overall pick in the 2023 draft, was listed as 6-feet and 194 pounds at Alabama.

He noted Friday that he’s been “around the 200-pound range,” according to Brooks Kubena of The Houston Chronicle.

The signal-caller said he had a “great” meeting with the Houston Texans, who own the No. 2 overall pick. Young also mentioned that he’s met with the Chicago Bears, who own the first overall selection, according to Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston.

Young won the Heisman in 2021 after throwing 47 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He ended last season with 32 passing scores and five picks.

Young won’t throw at the combine and will instead wait for his Alabama pro day to do so.

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