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Pick No.: 10
Destination: Seattle Seahawks
Could there really be four quarterbacks taken in the Top 10? It sure is starting to look that way. Pete Carroll would love to see Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones still available at No. 10, because, let's face it, after Jones, the prospects become a bit more questionable.
However, Jones has his fair share of question marks around his draft status and actual talent, as well. Like Griffin III and Barkley, Jones is a draft-eligible junior who has a choice to make at the end of the NCAA season.
If Jones were to stay another year at OU, his draft stock may climb even higher, as there's a good chance he would be the No. 1 quarterback in next year's class. Another year at OU would benefit Jones remarkably, as he is still consistently underwhelming against pressure and rarely throws an accurate deep ball.
Jones has been a product of an offensive machine at OU, and with all the talent he has surrounding him, there's a reason he continually averages gaudy numbers. However, for anyone who has actually taken the time to watch him play an entire game against a good defense, it is clearly noticeable where he needs to make the biggest improvements.
Still, his size and mostly accurate arm make him a great prospect, especially if he's put into an offense with a strong offensive line.
Unfortunately for Jones, the Seahawks have given up the second-most sacks in the league this year (34), only trailing the St. Louis Rams (37). If Sam Bradford, who possessed way more ability than Jones upon being drafted, is suffering in St. Louis due to a faulty offensive line, then things aren't looking so good for Jones.