It's never too early to start talking about the draft.
For Andrew Luck, going in the first round is a certainty. As Jake Locker and the Tennessee Titans proved in the 2011 draft, a consensus No. 1 guy can only fall so far. Short of a career-ending injury, there's nothing Luck can do to make himself fall out of the top 10.
For every other college quarterback eligible for the draft next year, it's an up-in-the-air issue. They need to put solid years together to get to the first round—some more than others. The field is wide open. With six quarterbacks taken in the first two rounds last year and the 2012 class looking significantly better than the 2011 class, a lot of guys could be off the board early.
Here are 11 guys who could end up in the first round, given the right circumstances.