The 2014 class has a variety of top pro-style and dual-threat quarterbacks, many of whom have a chance to compete right away for the starting position.
Pro-style QB Kyle Allen is an early enrollee at Texas A&M and looks to replace Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel in College Station, Texas.
On the East Coast, Clemson has its own early enrollee in dual-threat QB Deshaun Watson. Watson will look to compete for the starting job as well, considering former starting QB Tajh Boyd has played his last snap for the Tigers.
Who else is in the conversation as the best quarterback in the 2014 class?
Watch B/R experts Michael Felder, Barrett Sallee and Adam Kramer break down the top QBs out of the 2014 class.
Highlights courtesy of XOS Digital.
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