Now that both Haskins and Murray have entered the NFL draft the talent level at quarterback has become more intriguing. While the draft is loaded on the defensive line and still sketchy at quarterback, is getting that position this offseason job number one? Before those two declared I was more in the "load up on defense" mind frame. Maybe wait until 2020 to draft the qb of the future. That could still be an option. Haskins and Murray both strike me as potential top 10 quarterbacks in the NFL. Both, or neither could reach those heights of course. As a fan, there's a lot of things I don't know that scouts will pour over. How tough is the guy, how committed to football, team oriented, intangibles. And those are important. Tom Brady works his butt off and is one of the most driven players according to coaches. That has helped him improve over the years. Remember, he wasn't seen as much of a prospect. Anyway, besides those two I don't have strong convictions on the other quarterbacks. There are some I'd take a chance on, but not in round one. Jones, Lock and Grier are all guys I would pass on in the first. All have some things I like about their game. Lock has real arm talent and didn't play on a loaded team which probably accounted for some of his inconsistencies. Jones is a nice athlete and fairly accurate. I question his arm strength and he's had some injuries. Grier looks for the big play, a gunslinger mentality. Easton Stick, who CK has mentioned in the draft forum, is an intriguing player. His athletic ability looks like Mitch Trubisky. Hard to judge with the level of competition in Division II, though. Thoughts?