Stat Leader: EJ Manuel, Buffalo Bills
The problem with predicting the leader for quarterback statistics is that all of the 2013 quarterback prospects would be best served to sit on the bench for a year or two. However, due to their respective quarterback competition, the top two candidates to produce as rookies are Manuel and Wilson.
Manuel simply has to beat out Kevin Kolb to earn the Week 1 starting job, which he'll have a good chance of doing. The Bills didn't spend a first-round pick on a quarterback to not give him a shot to win the starting job.
In terms of natural abilities, Manuel was one of the most impressive prospects in this year's class. He has a strong arm and the ability to make plays on the run, but he needs to improve his overall consistency. Once he does that, he'll be a solid starting quarterback in the league.
Honorable Mention: Tyler Wilson, Oakland Raiders
Wilson only gets an honorable mention because he likely won't see playing time until later in the year. The Raiders brought in Matt Flynn in the offseason, and he'll likely start the year as the No. 1 quarterback for Oakland.
However, once the Raiders struggle through the first half of the season, don't be surprised to see Wilson thrown in the starting lineup.