I was listening to one of the "draft experts" on Sirius NFL Radio yesterday who was commenting on this draft class of top tier NFL QBs. His opinion was that none of the quarterbacks in this class is worthy of a top 10 pick. In fact he said that based upon talent/NFL readiness that the top QB in this class should go off the board no higher than #15. He of course implied that they would probably be drafted above that point because of position scarcity, but that they did not warrant a higher pick. He also said that there are clear holes in each QB's game that will be problematic for the team that drafts them. He indicated that if he were an NFL coach that he would also shy away from drafting them so high due to the expectations that come with being a top 10 pick. He said if you could get them at 15 or lower that fans' (and ownership's) expectations seem to be a bit more tempered and forgiving of a coach when he is grooming a pick in the middle rounds than a top 5 or 10 pick. He essentially implied that this group of QB's have a high potential to be "coach killers". As for Manziel he stated that Manziel cannot be a successful NFL quaterback IF they try to make him mold his game to be a pocket passer. If Manziel is to be successful the coach must allow the pocket to be mobile and allow him to do rollouts and beat you with his legs to some degree. He opined that otherwise he will be a failure. Don't kill the messenger ...... just sharing one draft "expert's" opinions as I understand then.