Written by Ryan Lownes on November 18, 2011
The college season is winding down and the 2012 quarterback class is starting to take shape behind Andrew Luck.
After countless hours of film study, I’ve concluded the passing-driven NFL can expect one of the strongest crops seen in years when April’s draft rolls around. It appears as if up to six QBs could potentially come off the board in the first 50 picks or so. The class is deep as well with some middle- to late-round gems that could outplay their draft position.
Here are my top 10 quarterbacks likely to be part of April’s draft:
1. Andrew Luck — Stanford
Andrew Luck is a remarkably cerebral player, a rare leader, competitor, and winner. He is an excellent decision-maker who shows a great understanding of anticipation, timing, and ball placement. Few college quarterbacks control their team’s offensive responsibilities and play-calling to the extent that (read more…)