2014 NFL Draft: Top Senior QBs' Greatest Individual Strengths & Weaknesses

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2014 NFL Draft: Top Senior QBs' Greatest Individual Strengths & Weaknesses
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Vastly different from years past, this year's crop of draft eligible senior college quarterbacks is much more well-rounded and deep than many we have seen in recent memory.

It seems everywhere you look there is a familiar name and senior quarterback with equal parts experience and NFL potential. 

Take for instance the well-known commodities, such as Clemson's Tahj Boyd, Alabama's A.J. McCarron and Georgia's Aaron Murray. 

Each of these senior quarterbacks already possesses the name recognition—largely because they play in the national spotlight nearly every week. However, there is also a plethora of under-the-radar senior college quarterback prospects who you may not be quite as familiar with. 

Names like San Jose State's David Fales, Cornell's Jeff Matthews or Fresno State's Derek Carr. Each of them have more than enough upside and potential to throw their hat in the ringer as one of the game's best with another successful season. 

Ahead, we take a closer look at each of these six quarterback prospects individually, as well as both Virginia Tech's Logan Thomas and the University of Miami's Stephen Morris.

We will be delving deeper into each of their unique styles of play to further pin-point what is they do well, and what areas they still need to improve on heading into their final season of eligibility. 


*Quarterback rankings are in no particular order

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