Updated 4/18
  1. Cam Newton, Auburn

    I don't care what anyone says, I think Cam Newton will be a top notch QB in the league. He was exposed a little bit in the National Championship game, but I could easily nitpick the postseason efforts of Jake Locker, Ryan Mallett, Pat Devlin, and Blaine Gabbert a lot more than Newton deserves.

     I have had Newton here since November because of his potential and because I think he is more elite than he is given. More people are mocking Newton first overall and there is a reason.

  2. Ryan Mallett, Arkansas

    Mallett is a guy I actually like, but not one that I think has the ability to truly lead a team to a championship. I do think that he could lead a team to multiple playoff appearances and I believe he is the most pro-ready guy out there.

  3. Blaine Gabbert, Missouri

    If you ask Todd McShay he would tell you that Gabbert is an accurate QB with a strong arm and a great ability to run. The unfortunate part of the story is that he isn't accurate given the fact that he played in a west coast offense version of the spread offense, his strong arm doesn't matter for the offense he will be drafted for, and his ability to run isn't as much of a strength for the NFL.

  4. Jake Locker, Washington

    As far as I would say Locker is a 2nd tier QB at best. He get's too much credit for being on a bad team, despite the fact that he isn't a proven winner, isn't accurate, gets too much love for his running ability, and is injury prone.

  5. Christian Ponder, Florida State

    I have never been a big fan of Ponder, and he really proved that throughout the entire 2010 season.

  6. Colin Kaepernick, Nevada

    Kaepernick is the hottest prospect right now and I understand some of it. He has a strong arm, has shown good mechanics thus far in the offseason despite playing in a gimmic offense. As a prospect he is all potential just like the rest of the prospects. The biggest thing that bothers me about him though is that had Boise State not beat themselves against Nevada, Kaepernick would not have jumped 4 rounds in the last 45 days.

  7. Pat Devlin, Delaware

    Devlin was once my second best QB, but his offseason was much less impressive than I though.

  8. Andy Dalton, TCU

    If you want a winner that pans out to be a pretty good mid round prospect then you would love Dalton. Dalton is a great 3rd or 4th round prospect, but there is no reason that a team should even consider him in the 2nd.

  9. Ricky Stanzi, Iowa

    I actually love Stanzi as a sleeper in the draft. He had a ton of success in one of the most boring offenses in the country and it would be interesting to see what a team could do with him.

  10. Greg McElroy, Alabama
  11. Justin Roper, Montana
  12. Nathan Enderle, Idaho
  13. T.J Yates, UNC
  14. Joshua Portis, California, PA
  15. Jerrod Johnson, TAMU
  16. Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech
  17. Scott Tolzien, Wisconsin
  18. Adam Weber, Minnesota
  19. Taylor Potts, Texas Tech
  20. Ben Chappell, Indiana