NFL Draft: Buying or Selling This Year's Crop of Quarterbacks?

Josh ZerkleChief Writer IIIApril 15, 2013

By all accounts, this is one of the weaker drafts for skill-position players in recent memory. Even at quarterback, the big board is littered with good-but-not-great players who had mixed results in their respective college careers.

That's a far cry from last year's draft, when quarterbacks Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III were first and second off the board, respectively, but players like Russell Wilson and Ryan Tannehill were nabbed for value before contributing significantly to their teams' upcoming seasons. 

Can we find an elite quarterback in the making in this year's class? 

Players with established college careers will be offering their services. Southern Cal's Matt Barkley was a four-year starter, and Florida State's EJ Manuel saw playing time in his four years in Tallahassee despite only starting in two. 

Ryan Nassib of Syracuse played well for Orange head coach and former NFL assistant head coach Doug Marrone. 

Which of these players will make an impact on the league over the course of their careers?

Join me with NFL lead writers Aaron Nagler and Matt Miller as we run down the best quarterbacks available in this year's draft. Enjoy our takes in the video above and tell us whom you're buying or selling in the comments. As always, thanks for watching.