There are a lot of factors that go into a player being considered a first round draft pick, but one of the most important is the grade of the school.
This is why it’s important to know where each quarterback stands in the quarterback rankings.
There are no official rankings, but many mock drafts and other sources give quarterbacks a grade that gives them an edge over their peers.
For example, we have three quarterbacks who have been given a B+ grade by both PFF and NFL.
In fact, there are seven quarterbacks who are currently rated as high as a B+.
Those seven players include quarterback Dak Prescott, wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, tight end Evan Engram, offensive tackle Taylor Decker, defensive tackle Ryan Shazier and safety Malik Hooker.
The final quarterback who is rated as a first pick is quarterback Jared Goff.
The former Cal quarterback had a strong year last season and should have a big season this year.
He is currently ranked No. 6 by ESPN and is the No. 1 overall quarterback in the 2018 NFL Draft.
But that’s not all Goff has going for him.
Goff is also considered a strong prospect, as he has the best overall arm in the 2019 class, according to Pro Football Focus.
Goff also has a solid arm, which helps him out in the pocket.
He’s also one of only four quarterbacks who were not drafted in the first round in the last two years.
He has a good chance to be the first overall pick in 2019.