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Josh Freeman, Kansas State
Freeman is beginning to put things together in Tampa Bay. He had his best season last year with 4,065 passing yards and 27 touchdowns. He still needs to develop consistency, but he is still a young quarterback who is just now entering his fifth year. If he continues to grow, the potential to be one of the league's best is clearly there.
Ryan Tannehill, Texas A&M
One of many young quarterbacks expected to take the league by storm, Tannehill wasn't shabby in his rookie season, throwing for 3,294 yards and 12 touchdowns. He makes quick decisions and has plenty of arm strength. There is a lot of upside, and with new weapons around him like Mike Wallace, Tannehill is somebody to keep an eye on.
Robert Griffin III, Baylor
Griffin was everything most thought he would be in his rookie season. He completed an impressive 65 percent of his passes, threw for 3,200 yards and ran for an extra 815 yards. He is a playmaker with the ball and can really put a team on his back. The sky is the limit for Griffin, as he has future star written all over him.
Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
Don't give up on Bradford just yet. He is only entering his fourth season and really hasn't had many weapons around him in St. Louis. This should change with Stedman Bailey and Tavon Austin now on the roster. Bradford has the skill set to get the job done and is finally beginning to have the pieces around him. This season will tell a lot about where his career is heading.