The college season is winding down and the 2012 quarterback class is starting to take shape behind Andrew Luck.
After hours of film study, I've concluded the passing-driven NFL can expect one of the strongest crops seen in years when April's draft rolls around. It appears as if up to six QBs could potentially come off the board in the first 50 picks or so. The class is deep as well with some middle- to late-round gems that could outplay their draft position.
Indianapolis has a firm hold on the first overall pick at the moment and unless Peyton Manning returns healthy, it looks they will be the team to land the highly touted Stanford product. Though Luck won his recent duel with Southern Cal, it was exactly the type of performance signal-caller Matt Barkley needed to cement his status as a top prospect. It appears now, due to Barkley's emergence, as if struggling teams like the Cleveland Browns or Miami Dolphins will have a chance to grab a heck of a consolation prize.
In the following slideshow I will be taking you through detailed notes on my top 10 quarterbacks likely to be part of April's draft.