This is Yard Barker's Chris smaller Every year, several NFL teams are looking for their next franchise quarterback in the draft job rose the cream of the crop this year, but there are many teams hoping to find the next Tom Brady or even the next Dak Prescott in later rounds.
With that in mind, let's take a look.
Some under the radar quarterbacks In this year's draft, Washington's Jacob Eason has fringe first round potential, mainly because he's got a huge arm and prototype size At 66 to 31 Eastern can make every throw something you can't even say about some current NFL starters.
But the knock on him is that he lacks Polish and would have been well served to have another year under his belt in school.
If he's selected by a team that can afford to let him sit here, maybe even to Easton could be a steal and a franchise level quarterback.
Oklahoma's Jalen Hurts is a device of prospect.
Nobody doubts his character or his intangibles or his running ability.
However, there are questions about his arm talent and whether or not he'll be able to throw open receivers at the next level her.
It's gonna be productive in the NFL.
But it's all about whether or not he lands with a team that can play to his strengths and help him refine as a passer.
You might not know the name, but Florida internationals.
James Morgan was a star of the East West Shrine Game.
He's got the size 64 £230 in some Scouts love his arm strength and his intellect and have him pegged as a day two or maybe a day three sleeper.
What's more, the New England Patriots have been connected to him and reportedly held a predraft meeting with him via video conference, much like season.
The quarterback he supplanted at Georgia, Jake from likely would have benefited from another year in school from doesn't have prototype size and his arm strength is questionable.
But scouts do like his a***en and poise, however, from overall lack of physical tools, will make him system dependent in the NFL.
Colorado Stephen Montez has the size and skills to suggest a long career, is a starter in the pros.
However, his production with the Buffaloes didn't match up.
Colorado was five and seven, all three of his years as a starter, and Mont has never developed the way that some had hoped.
His raw talent is there, but Monty's looks like a project whose career trajectories dependent entirely on which team draft him.
There you have it.
Five under the radar quarterback prospects in this year's draft class for yard Barker.
I'm Chris Muller.