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College Quarterback Guide

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.

Name College Height Weight Projected Round Notes/Stock
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
Nick Foles Arizona 6'5 240 3rd NC
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.