I think that the best QB in the draft is Matthew Stafford from Georgia. He weighs 225, and is 6'2". He is not a very fast QB, but it doesn't matter because he is a pocket QB. When he goes to the NFL, I think he will have a great rookie year with any team he will be on.
I think the second best QB in the draft is Mark Sanchez from USC. He weighs 227, and is 6'3". He is also not a very fast QB; he performs more of a play action role of QB that does not really like to stay in the pocket a lot. When he goes to the NFL, I think he won't have a big impact or be a great QB; I think it will take him time to develop, because he is so young going to pro.
I think the third best QB in the draft is Josh Freeman from Kansas State. He weighs 248, and is 6'6". He has OK speed and is athletic. He is not really known, so he needs to show his skills, and during the season, to bring his population higher, so he will be known
I think the fourth best QB in the draft is Nate Davis from Ball State. He weighs 226, and is 6'1". During the combined, he was not an impact player, but has athleticism on his hands. His QB vision is very good. He also needs to get his population higher so he will be known in the NFL when he does great things.
And last but not least, I think that the fifth best QB in the draft is Pat White from West Virgina. He weighs 197, and is 6'0". He is the fastest of all of the QB I just named. He will be able to play WR in the NFL I think, because he is in the 10 ten, or top five of one of the fastest 40-yard dash in the combined. Also, when he goes to the NFL, he can also play QB, because he has a very accurate arm, but not an arm that can throw very far. When he goes to the NFL, he will be more of a fast KR or PR that will get popular very quickly if he can improve quickly.
I think that these are the top five QB's in the draft. I hoped you enjoyed my article.