I wouldn't be against going QB in the 1st round. You seem to have 3 blue chip QB's, and with the season halfway over it doesn't seem like one will lose that status. You have;
My opinion is that Landry Jones should go back to OK for his sr year. Reasons are in this article- http://www.rantsports.com/mock-draft...outing-report/
If the cards fall right, I would love to land Matt Barkley. I think he may be the better QB longterm, not Luck. Barkley will need a few years to get into his prime when he gets into the league, but once he does he will be set. As said by this excerpt:
My thoughts on Matt Barkley
Matt Barkley has NFL talent and possibly hall of fame potential, but there are some flaws in his game that are getting masked because the media has loved Matt Barkley since he came out of high school as a prospect. It makes you wonder if Lane Kiffin is paying the media not to say one bad thing about Barkley.
Matt Barkley performs better in the first half than he does in the second half. Matt Barkley needs to work on his ability to respond in the 2nd half and his progressions. If Matt Barkley does this he could jump Andrew Luck and may end up as the first quarterback selected in 2012.
[View Full Quote]Matt Barkley reminds me of Peyton Manning because of his quick release and mechanics. Peyton Manning struggled with making progressions his rookie season. Matt Barkley could struggle his rookie year also because like Manning he needed to improve his progressions coming out of college. Even if Barkley struggles as a rookie this is a player who I believe will have a very productive career in the long run.
What I am saying if the cards are right, if we are sitting there at #14-#17 and Barkley is still on the board come #6, #7 we suck it up and trade our 1st 2nd and next years 2nd to go up and get him.