"That's the only time you're going to be around all those GMs and coaches," Lynch said. "They get to watch you throw head to head against the guys you're being compared to, so that's a good time to compete, in my opinion."
The combine will be held Feb. 23-29 in Indianapolis.
Quarterbacks will go through personal interviews with NFL clubs on Feb. 25, and go through workouts on Feb. 27. The combine will be broadcast on NFL Network.
Some quarterbacks prefer to wait until their on-campus pro-day workouts to throw passes for NFL coaches and scouts, because they prefer the familiar surroundings and receivers that the pro-day event provides.