These are the top ranked quarterbacks as of now heading into the 2015 NFL Draft April 30-May 2 in Chicago. (All measurements are from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis Feb. 17-23.)


Class: Junior

School: Oregon

Ht: 6-3 3/4

Wt: 222

Arms: 32 in

Hands: 9 7/8 in

Bench: DNP

40-yard dash: 4.52 sec

Vert: 36 in

Broad: 10-1

Cone: 6.87 sec

Shuttle: 4.11 sec

Pros: Smart passer with good arm and exceptional mobility

Cons: Not much experience playing under center; Was he a product of Oregon's spread offense?


Class: Sophomore

School: Florida St.

Ht: 6-3 3/4

Wt: 231

Arms: 32 in

Hands: 9 3/8 in

Bench: DNP

40-yard dash: 4.97 sec

Vert: 28 1/2 in

Broad: 8-7

Cone: 7.16 sec

Shuttle: 4.36 sec

Pros: Pro-ready QB with big arm; knows how to avoid pressure

Cons: Off-field maturity/character concerns; elongated motion; must take better care of ball


Class: Senior

School: UCLA

Ht: 6-3

Wt: 226

Arms: 32 1/8 in

Hands: 10 1/2 in

Bench: DNP

40-yard dash: 4.63 sec

Vert: 36 in

Broad: 10

Cone: 6.93 sec

Shuttle: 3.98 sec

Pros: Good tools (size, athleticism, arm strength)

Cons: Tends to panic when facing pass rush or when first read is not open


Class: Senior

School: Colorado St.

Ht: 6-2

Wt: 213

Arms: 30 in

Hands: 10 in

Bench: DNP

40-yard dash: DNP

Vert: DNP

Broad: DNP

Cone: DNP

Shuttle: DNP

Pros: Pro-style passer sees field well and goes through reads

Cons: Doesn't have any standout qualities; did not do drills at Combine because of bad hamstring


Class: Seniorr

School: Baylor

Ht: 6-3

Wt: 230

Arms: 31 7/8 in

Hands: 10 in

Bench: DNP

40-yard dash: 4.87 sec

Vert: 34 in

Broad: 10-1

Cone: 6.91 sec

Shuttle: 4.13 sec

Pros: Has good size and good arm strength

Cons: Had back issues in college; product of spread offense?