The 2012 NFL draft featured two of the most exciting and coveted quarterback prospects that we've seen in years, Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III.
Griffin and Luck dazzled onlookers throughout the 2011 season, finishing one and two in the Heisman voting, and they also ended up going one and two in the draft as well.
This year's quarterback class does not feature a prospect comparable to either Luck, Griffin or even 2010 No. 1 overall pick Cam Newton.
West Virginia's Geno Smith, Arkansas' Tyler Wilson, USC's Matt Barkley, San Jose State's David Fales and Oklahoma's Landry Jones, Georgia's Aaron Murray, Tennessee's Tyler Bray and NC State's Mike Glennon all have the potential to be starters in the NFL. But none of them have proven that they are worthy of being a top-5 pick like Griffin and Luck.