Sports NFL Draft 2015: Quarterback rankings Quarterback Marcus Mariota #8 of the Oregon Ducks looks on during the third quarter of the College Football Playoff Semifinal against the Florida State Seminoles at the Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual at the Rose Bowl on January 1, 2015 in Pasadena, Calif. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Ezra Shaw By NICK KLOPSIS email@example.com @nickklopsis March 24, 2015 2:39 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email 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.) 1. MARCUS MARIOTA Class: Junior recommended reading NFL Draft 2015: Running back rankings 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 recommended reading NFL Draft 2015: Wide receiver rankings Vert: 36 in Broad: 10-1 Cone: 6.87 sec Shuttle: 4.11 sec recommended reading NFL Draft 2015: Tight end rankings 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? 2. JAMEIS WINSTON Class: Sophomore recommended reading NFL Draft 2015: Offensive lineman rankings School: Florida St. Ht: 6-3 3/4 Wt: 231 Arms: 32 in recommended reading NFL Draft 2015: Defensive lineman rankings Hands: 9 3/8 in Bench: DNP 40-yard dash: 4.97 sec Vert: 28 1/2 in recommended reading NFL Draft 2015: Linebacker rankings Broad: 8-7 Cone: 7.16 sec Shuttle: 4.36 sec Pros: Pro-ready QB with big arm; knows how to avoid pressure recommended reading NFL Draft 2015: Defensive back rankings Cons: Off-field maturity/character concerns; elongated motion; must take better care of ball 3. BRETT HUNDLEY 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 4. GARRETT GRAYSON 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 5. BRYCE PETTY 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? By NICK KLOPSIS firstname.lastname@example.org @nickklopsis Nick Klopsis is Newsday.com's sports editor. He often can be found studying NFL and college football film for his latest draft breakdown. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.