Apr 13, 2013; Louisville, KY, USA; Louisville Cardinals Red Team quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (5) looks to pass during the spring game at Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jamie Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports

Quick Look: 2014 Quarterback Draft Prospects


The 2014 NFL Draft has a plethora of eligible quarterbacks. Multiple quarterbacks could go in the first round, even as high as the number one overall pick. This is a list of all the draft eligible quarterbacks in 2014, without doing serious scouting on them. It is a quick look at each quarterback and ranking them based on specific skills and potential. Note: The * means that player has the best chance to improve and rise his stock.

1. Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville

2. David Fales, San Jose State

3. A.J. McCarron, Alabama

4. Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M

5. Braxton Miller, Ohio State

6. Tajh Boyd, Clemson *

7. Stephen Morris, Miami (FL) *

8. Zach Mettenberger, LSU

9. Logan Thomas, Virginia Tech *

10. Derek Carr, Fresno State

11. Aaron Murray, Georgia

12. Blake Bortles, Central Florida *

13. Marcus Mariota, Oregon

14. Keith Price, Washington

15. Joe Southwick, Boise State

16. Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois

17. Tom Savage, Pittsburg *

18. Max Wittek, USC

19. David Ash, Texas

20. Terrance Broadway, Louisiana Lafayette

21. Joel Stave, Wisconsin

Justin Bales


Tags: College Football NFL Prospects

  • Jason

    A little disrespectful to Jonny Football, but I guess we are all entitled to our own opinion. Can you explain that one?

    • Justin Bales

      No disrespect to Manziel. If this were a different class, he would be higher. I still see him as a first round talent. Teddy Bridgewater is the best, I’m not sure if anyone would question that. David Foles is a big kid that has a powerful arm and has proven to be a good quarterback with pressure in his face. McCarron has done it again and again in the big spot light and has a BEAUTIFUL ball. Manziel gets startled in the pocket and has happy feet. He makes a lot of off balance throws, which he can because of his arm strength, but I’m not sure he will be able to squeeze the ball into tighter NFL windows.

      • Jason

        He also has less experience than these other QBs. Don’t you think that after another year of development, he is just as good?

        • Justin Bales

          Another year could definitely help, but that means another year for each other the other players as well. Manziel had one of the best lines in college football last year and still was quick to get out of the pocket. I’m not so sure he’s gonna change this year after losing Luke Joeckel.