The quarterback class from the 2013 NFL Draft left a lot to be desired. E.J. Manuel, Matt Barkley, Geno Smith and Tyler Wilson all have great potential, but they also struggled at times during the 2012 season. The 2014 quarterback class has a lot more to offer.
Next year's quarterback class has great athletes, big arms, great leaders and well polished prospects. The problem with this year's class was that there was great tape on all the elite quarterback prospects, but there was some really bad tape as well. They all came off as major projects, which is a big problem in a league where rookies are expected to deliver right away, especially under center.
I believe at least three quarterback prospects, and possibly five or six, will be selected in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft. This is a passing league and there will always be anywhere from five to ten very quarterback needy teams. Next spring will be a good time to be quarterback needy.
Here are the top five quarterback prospects for 2014 and there possible landing spot.