Who would you want on your team between Everett Golson and A.J. McCarron?
Throw both teams out of the equation; we are simply talking about the young quarterbacks and their natural ability. McCarron doesn't have that massive offensive line and No. 1 defense to rely on, and Golson doesn't have one of the best tight ends and a great defense to bail him out.
Who do you take?
McCarron already has a national championship under his belt and has received consideration for the Heisman Trophy. Golson is still new to the party and hasn't really done anything in his short career in South Bend—besides play a part in getting the Irish to the national championship, of course.
Both have completely different skill sets and could help contribute in many different ways.
Many would automatically assume that McCarron is the better of the two, but the evidence presented herein may surprise you.