It's the most important position on a football team. And with it being that "important" there are draft scouts who lie awake at night, hoping they have made the right moves that will bring a championship to their franchise.
The 2012 draft is one where are two "great" players, a few "solid" players and some that will be drafted as hopeful backups.
Then there are those who will not make an NFL roster after having a storied or successful college career.
The combine is over and now quarterbacks will patiently wait for their Pro Day or for April 26 to sweat it out who will call their name to play for them. It's a painstaking process for both player and team.
These are the quarterbacks who have had good or decent college careers, but it will not translate to NFL success.