Rankings for 63 draft eligible quarterbacks. The class is headlined by two potential franchise signal callers at the top then plenty of potential through the middle rounds. As usual its driven by underclassmen but don’t be fooled as the senior class offers legitimate starting prospects for the next level.

1Marcus MariotaOregon3So1st
Developing signal caller with the necessary skills to become a franchise player. Athletic, nimble and strong armed.  Can make plays in or out of the pocket with his arm or legs.  Comes with tremendous upside potential.
2Teddy BridgewaterLouisville3Jr1st
Strong armed, athletic passer who plays smart football.  Has the physical skills to make all the throws or pick up yardage with his legs yet at the same time possesses a good understanding of the position and game.  Shorter than most want in a quarterback and has been up and down this season yet legitimately a big time talent for the next level.
3Johnny ManzielTexas A&M3So1st
Tremendous college signal caller who looks like a magician on the field.  Improvises and finds a way to create positive plays.  Reckless style of play could hurt him in the NFL.   A solid prospect that’s going to be over-drafted next May.
4Brett HundleyUCLA3So1-2
Developing passer with a large amount of upside. Has the physical skills to start on the NFL and for the most part makes good decisions but really needs another year on the college level to polish his game.
5Derek CarrFresno State5Sr2-3
Ultra-productive passer with an NFL arm.  Smart, accurate and stays away from bad decisions.  Struggles under the rush which is a red-flag.  Post season (Senior Bowl and Combine) are big for Carr.
6A.J. McCarronAlabama5Sr3rd
Productive quarterback that’s done nothing but win on the college level.  Smart, effectively manages the game and commands the offense.  Not a true vertical passer but could be effective in certain timing/west coast offenses.
7Tajh BoydClemson5Sr3rd
Athletic college passer with a big arm but poor throwing fundamentals.  Easily drives deep passes or makes plays carrying the ball.  Can be all over the place with throws as receivers are constantly slowing up in routes or leaving their feet to make the catch.  Needs a lot of work from the ground up.
8Zach MettenbergerLSU5Sr3rd
Big armed pocket passer who flashes ability.  Easily gets the ball through the small windows or drives deep passes.  Can make a number of NFL passers others are unable to complete.  Physically enticing yet has struggled to prove he’s anything more than a game manager to this point.
9Stephen MorrisMiami-Fl4Sr3-4
Up and down passer with the underlying mental and physical skills to start on the NFL level.  Must start to play at a consistently high level.
10Aaron MurrayGeorgia5Sr3-4
Feisty, competitive signal caller who’s been very productive on college level.  Possesses the arm strength intelligence and heart to play at the next level.  Lack of height/size will ultimately pose a problem for team.
11Braxton MillerOhio State3Jr4th
Athletic signal caller slowly developing into a passer.  Can make all the throws or pick up yardage with his legs.  Comes with a large upside.  Must improve his mechanics and reads yet headed in the right direction.
12David FalesSan Jose State5Sr4-5
Smart quarterback that’s been productive on the field.  Nicely reads the defense, finds the open wide out and makes good decisions.  Scouts are split on his arm strength and ability to start in the NFL.
13Jimmy GaroppoloEastern Illinois4Sr4-5
Talented passer with a good head on his shoulders.  Solid arm, relatively accurate and makes good decisions.  A nice prospect yet not a difference maker in the mold of Joe Flacco.
14Jeff MathewsCornell4Sr5th
Strong armed passer with the physical skills to play in the NFL.  Struggling through a disappointing senior campaign yet has starting potential at the next level if he hits on  all cylinders.
15Sean MannionOregon State4Jr5th

Best of the Rest

RoundFull NameSchoolYear
5-6Blake BortlesUCF4Jr
6thLogan ThomasVirginia Tech5Sr
6thTyler RussellMississippi State5Sr
6-7Bryn RennerNorth Carolina5Sr
7thBo WallaceMississippi3Jr
FAGarrett GilbertSMU5Sr
FAKeith WenningBall State4Sr
FABrendon KayCincinnati5Sr
FAKeith PriceWashington5Sr
FAConnor ShawSouth Carolina4Sr
FATom SavagePittsburgh5Sr
FAChase RettigBoston College4Sr
FAKain ColterNorthwestern4Sr
FAChuckie KeetonUtah State3Jr
FAJames FranklinMissouri4Sr
FADavid AshTexas3Jr
FACody FajardoNevada4Jr
FADustin VaughanWest Texas A&M5Sr
FATommy ReesNotre Dame4Sr
FAJeff DriskelFlorida3Jr
FALogan KilgoreMiddle Tennessee5Sr
FACody GreenTulsa5Sr
FAJoel StaveWisconsin3So
FABobby EveldSouth Florida4Sr
FATerrance OwensToledo5Sr
FAGary NovaRutgers3Jr
FACase McCoyTexas4Sr
FAKolton BrowningLouisiana-Monroe5Sr
FANathan ScheelhaaseIllinois5Sr
FADevin GardnerMichigan4Jr
FAAndrew MaxwellMichigan State4Sr
FAJordan LynchNorthern Illinois5Sr
FAJonathan PerryUAB4Jr
FAAustyn Carta-SamuelsVanderbilt5Sr
FATyler SykoraSouthern Arkansas4Sr
FATravis PartridgeMissouri Western5Sr
FATaylor MartinezNebraska5Sr
FATrevor SasekDelaware5Sr
FAD.J. MendenhallUrbana (OH)5Sr
FACasey PachallTCU5Sr
FATyler TettletonOhio5Sr
FATaylor McHargueRice5Sr
FADanny O’BrienCatawba5Sr
FAKurt HessYoungstown State5Sr
FAZach ZulliShippensburg5Sr
FASeth LobatoNorthern Colorado5Sr
FAMatt SchilzBowling Green5Sr
FADavid PilandHouston4Jr