Playing QB of a football team is perhaps the most scrutinized and pressure-packed position in all of sports. You have to know what all the other 10 players are supposed to do each play, have to be aware of every minute detail of every situation, and have to be the leader of the overall program and organization.
To begin to fulfill all of those roles, the QB has to know what he is doing. He has to know his offensive scheme inside and out so that he's a productive player, which leads to the success and fulfillment of other requirements of the position.
There are some very good QB prospects in this year's 2013 recruiting class. They will have learn their college offenses well before they can reach their full potential.
Let's use this read to project how their skill sets fit into their projected college offensive schemes.