After a grueling collegiate season and the lengthy path to the 2014 NFL draft that amounts to the biggest job interview of their lives, several NFL-hopeful quarterbacks have seen their stock take a dramatic nosedive.
It's tough for any quarterback to live up to lofty pro expectations heading into what is his final year of collegiate ball. Some rise to the occasion, while others fold.
Some, such as Ohio State's Braxton Miller, smartly bowed out of the 2014 class in favor of another year of development with the hope that they might improve their game and stock in one fell swoop. It's a risky endeavor to say the least (Hi, Matt Barkley) but certainly worth the gamble.
Others aren't as fortunate. Let's take a look at those signal-callers who now sit in a rough spot stock-wise when compared to their position on various boards before the collegiate season began.
Remember, multiple facets of "performance" dictate current stock. Stats are one aspect, but a prospect can still post gaudy numbers but show up poorly enough on film to doom his stock. With that in mind, let's get started.