The NFL had released the tentative order of the draft: http://www.steelers.com/news/article-1/NFL-releases-Tentative-2014-Draft-Order/d93dc478-646e-4bfd-bc74-566e5c08a6e3 Five or six teams might be looking to draft a QB early. These are the QB prospect ranking from CBS sports: http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/prospectrankings/2014/QB Remember that last year, there were a total of 3 QBs drafted in the first three rounds. This year, there are 8 QBs graded as third rounder or higher. And that doesn't include Mariotta or Hundley who have yet to declare their intention for real. In my opinion, all these guys have little to big warts. If I could cherry pick, I would trade down to take a guy like Mettenberger at 80 and or Murray at 160, Miller at 174, and then trade away for as many future draft picks as possible to target 3 or 4 QBs (not even counting Mariotta and Hundley) in 2015 or 2016. They all received high grades coming out of high school: Jameis Winston (Fl St.), Hackenberg (Penn St.), Jacob Park (Georgia bound), and Keller Chryst (Stanford bound). The 3 guys here received the same grade as Winston (84) or higher. Winston just won the Heissman and he looks the part. There are 3 or 4 more guys who received higher grade than Winston in this HS class alone. I say let the QB-starved teams get hooked for a few years with the current prospects in the upcoming draft and position yourself for better percentage in the near future. Build both trenches and find stability in ST. The Pats have been successful with this formula. The Niners and Broncos are current models. JMO, of course.