The 2013 NFL Draft quarterback class is, in a word, average. That's as good as anyone will hear about the class. There are no sure things, and after being spoiled by Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III last year, this class looks bad in comparison.
This year, the top 10 quarterbacks make up potential franchise players and those with a lot of upside, as well as a decent number of game managers.
Because that clear star is not present this year, quarterbacks will be drafted much higher than their talent deserves.
Who are the best quarterbacks in the draft, and where will they end up going? More importantly, where should the quarterbacks in this year's draft go if one looks at talent and not just the position itself?