At this point, it's a guarantee that Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III won't be drafted too high come April. Both have solidified themselves as top flight picks who certainly won't sneak up on anybody.
The depth of this quarterback class is what's up for debate. Regardless of the depth of talent, quarterbacks will be taken off the board following Luck and Griffin III simply because teams will reach for a position that holds so much importance to team success.
They will justify their pick by preaching potential, collegiate production, leadership qualities, or whatever it may be in order to quantify picking a quarterback far higher than was originally expected.
We saw it with Tim Tebow a few years back and last year it was Jake Locker and Christian Ponder who were selected unexpectedly high.
Who are 2012's top candidates to sneak up draft boards before the draft? Continue on to find out.