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Where will each QB go in the 2014 NFL Draft?

Seeing where the quarterbacks get picked is one of the most interesting things to watch each year in the NFL Draft. In 2013, EJ Manuel was the first quarterback drafted when he went to the Bills at #16. This year, there are three quarterbacks (Blake Bortles, Johnny Manziel and Teddy Bridgewater) that could go in the top ten.

In addition to those players, there are many other signal callers that could go on to have long productive carriers. AJ McCarron, Aaron Murray, Tajh Boyd and Zach Mettenberger were stars at the college level and will try to transition over to the pro game with Murray and Mettenberger coming off of major injuries at the end of the 2014 season. Mid-major stars Derek Carr and David Fales hope to be drafted in the first few rounds and small school QB Jimmy Garoppolo seems to be rising up the board.

I scoured the Mock Database over at DC Pro Sports Report, and here is where the top ten QBs are projected to go…..

Blake Bortles, UCF

average pick- #3

highest pick- #1

lowest pick- #6

most likely landing spot- Houston Texans

 

Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M Aggies

average pick- #7

highest pick- #1

lowest pick- #26

most likely landing spot- Cleveland Browns

 

Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville Cardinals

average pick- #11

highest pick- #3

lowest pick- #37

most likely landing spot- Minnesota Vikings

 

Derek Carr, Fresno State Bulldogs

average pick- #19

highest pick- #5

lowest pick- #33

most likely landing spot- Minnesota Vikings

 

Jimmy Garoppolo, Eastern Illinois

average pick- #42 (second round)

highest pick- #24

lowest pick- #111

most likely landing spot- Houston Texans or Jacksonville Jaguars

 

Zach Mettenberger, LSU Tigers

average pick- #69 (third round)

highest pick- #36

lowest pick- #110

most likely landing spot- Arizona Cardinals

 

AJ McCarron, Alabama Crimson Tide

average pick- #80 (third round)

highest pick- #52

lowest pick- #123

most likely landing spot- St Louis Rams

 

Tajh Boyd, Clemson Tigers

average pick- #125 (fourth round)

highest pick- #83

lowest pick- #198

most likely landing spot- n/a

 

Aaron Murray, Georgia Bulldogs

average pick- #132 (fourth round)

highest pick- #107

lowest pick- #204

most likely landing spot- n/a

 

David Fales, San Jose State Spartans

average pick- #140 (fourth round)

highest pick- #121

lowest pick- #156

most likely landing spot- Green Bay Packers

Kevin Causey

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