Just wondering if anyone else is completely befuddled by the plethora of quarterbacks that might be drafted in the first round this year. After seeing that the Titans are torn between Fairley or Andy Dalton, I realized that this is absolutely nuts. Cam Newton- Will probably go number one overall, but this isn't exactly a Sam Bradford or Peyton Manning pick. This guy is one of the most controversial players in recent memory because of his love-hate ratings from draft pundits. No one thinks he'll be decent. Either champion or team cancer. Jake Locker- Here's a guy who was a sure-fire first overall pick last year. Now the question is whether he'll go in the first round. Mock drafts have had him as high as number 10 and as low as the mid-40s. Consensus is he will go 12th to Minnesota, but no one will be surprised if his horrible senior season knocks him out of the first round. Blaine Gabbert- He is deemed a safe pick, but find me a fan base who is actually excited about this guy. He'll probably be a top 5 pick, but again, he is deemed by almost every pundit as a solid, but not elite, prospect. Andy Dalton- As I mentioned before, this guy came out of nowhere to become a top-10 prospect. Who is this guy? He's received virtually no attention. Why would a team grab him in the top 10 if he might be available in the second round? Colin Kaepatrick- Another QB who has gotten much better due to a lack of intense scrutiny by draft pundits. Can't remember who, but one of the big pundits (Mayock perhaps?) said he is the best quarterback of this class. Not very often you have that much disagreement among even the mainstream talent evaluators. Will probably go in the second round, but I've seen smart mockers put him in the top 20. Ryan Mallett- Could go anywhere from 15th overall to fourth round, and I'm not sure anyone would be surprised. Big time character issues, but this could just be a smokescreen from a team that recognizes his talent. Yet another QB where you have absolutely no idea where he'll actually land. Christian Ponder- I've seen lots of mocks that have him the late first to early second round. Not bad for the consensus 7th rated QB in a class where there are no knockout QBs. Perhaps someone could shed some light on this situation. Usually there are 2-3 QBs expected to go in the first round, and you kind of know that if a few teams pass, they could free fall. This year seems completely up for grabs, though.