While the quarterback position remains a relative weakness in this years strong draft class, Deshone Kizer stands out at the player with the most potential at the position. Kizer has every trait that teams look for in a franchise quarterback, but may need some time to grow into that role. Kizerís best fit would be with the Cardinals, Saints, or Steelers where he can spend a couple years on the bench learning how to be a professional. Kizer has a combination of size, speed, and arm strength/accuracy that NFL teams covet, and it would not surprise anyone familiar with his game if he is the first quarterback drafted this year. Trubisky is the overall favorite to be the first quarterback selected. Coming from UNC, Trubisky has a lot to like about his game. While he is less mobile than Kizer, Trubisky holds a more accurate arm and field vision. Trubisky was only a 1 year starter for the Tar Heels which leads to questions about his readiness to enter the NFL. Trubiskys ceiling is a rich-man's Alex Smith. Patrick Mahomes has been slowly gaining momentum to be a top choice at the signal caller position. Mahomes has a rocket arm, but played untethered during his time running the air raid offense at Texas Tech. Deshaun Watson had the most accomplished career of the bunch, yet has been relativley quiet during the draft process. Watson is known as a leader and a winner, something that many quality NFL teams lack at the QB position. Peterman and Webb have both shot up draft boards due to a huge need at the quarterback position across the NFL, but likely both are now being projected too high. Webb was an innaccurate passer with leadership questions during his time as a Golden Bear. Peterman is the most qualified to be a sleeper in this draft, as Mike Mayock recently compared him favorably to Derek Carr.