In numerous articles or posts people have asked, "hey what happened to Case Keenum" or "what round is QB X supposed to go in?", so I thought it would be beneficial to nearly lay out every QB with this handy chart and where I believe they will go in the draft.
|Andrew Luck||Stanford||6'4||235||1st (1st Overall)||UP|
|Robert Griffin III||Baylor||6'2||220||1st (Top 15)||UP, Could go back to Baylor|
|Landry Jones||Oklahoma||6'4||230||1st- 2nd||DOWN, Could go back to OU|
|Ryan Tannehill||Texas A&M||6'4||222||2nd||NC|
|Brandon Weeden||Ok. State||6'4||218||2nd-3rd||UP|
|Kirk Cousins||Michigan St||6'3||205||3rd-4th||NC|
|Russell Wilson||Wisconsin||5'11||210||5th||NC, Could pursue baseball career|
|Ryan Lindley||San Diego St||6'4||230||5th||UP, Solid performance in NO Bowl|
|Chandler Harnish||Northern Ill||6'2||220||6th||UP, Looked good in MAC Championship|
|Kellen Moore||Boise State||6'0||195||6th||UP, Great Las Vegas Bowl|
|Case Keenum||Houston||6'1||210||7th||DOWN, Sub par CUSA Championship game|
Other quarterbacks to keep an eye on after the jump...
Dominique Davis, ECU, 6'3, 212lbs: Davis could sneak up all the way to the 5th or 6th round if he performs well in offseason evaluations.
Patrick Witt, Yale, 6'3, 220lbs: Really solid prospect out of the Ivy League
BJ Coleman, UT-Chattanooga, 6'3, 220lbs: Likely the best QB prospect from the FCS level.
G.J. Kinne, Tulsa, 6'1, 234lbs: Has the skills to sneak into the later rounds of the draft.