2015 NFL Draft: 10 Biggest Questions For Draft Day

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Nov 22, 2014; Pasadena, CA, USA; UCLA Bruins quarterback Brett Hundley (17) celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Southern California Trojans during the second half at the Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

7. Who Should Be The Third QB Taken In the Draft?

At the quarterback position, it is a given that Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota are the top two guys at their position. That being said, it is still quite unclear who the NFL favors beyond them in the quarterback class.

The candidates to be the third quarterback selected in the draft are: Brett Hundley, Bryce Petty and Garrett Grayson. Hundley, the UCLA quarterback would be my pick. I think he has a Steve McNair like skill set, though I don’t see him as ready to start on day one of his rookie season. He is a project.

Petty has good arm talent, but needs to work on speeding up his decision-making process and delivery. Petty comes from Baylor’s spread offense where everything was open. Against West Virginia, a game in which Baylor lost, the Baylor receivers were challenged and pressed. Petty had an underwhelming performance, which gives me pause in anointing him the third best QB.

Garrett Grayson comes from a pro-style offense and his mechanics are pretty darn good. The problem is that he does very little that will amaze you. He has an average arm, average athletic ability and average accuracy. At best he is an Alex Smith like game manager, who won’t make a stupid mistake that costs you the game.

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