Daniel Jones looked extremely good today. Tons of arm strength, fantastic footwork, very fast release, accurate, smart. He's the next Tom Brady if you ever saw one. He'd really be worth selling the farm for if it's doable. Stidham looked really good too. Nothing new, as it was all on tape. Haskins looked pretty bad for a supposed #1 QB. I don't like his release, arm strength is pretty average, and he seems lackadaisical. I'm not a fan anymore. Lock looked bad. Never have been a fan. Jake Browning looks like the next Kirk Cousins. He probably doesn't have that ceiling, but he's definitely capable of being one of the 32 best QBs in the league, and a WCO team will love him in the mid rounds. Ryan Finley looked pretty sharp too. Less Cousins and more Chad Pennington perhaps. Good accuracy and sharp mechanics. He's a better fit in a downfield offense than Browning. Arm strength actually looked really solid. For all the talk that he lacks it, he looked like one of the stronger throwers out there today. McSorley is a sleeper fav of mine, assuming most see him as a late round prospect. He showed good timed speed today, and we already knew he was a good runner. Other than Murray, he's probably the best runner in the class. As a thrower, he has good enough arm strength and some things you can work with. Footwork is a bit slow. Seems like the kind of guy that would really benefit from sitting a year and learning from a QB guru, and then he could surprise in 1-2 years. He'd probably be best off in a spread offense, where he can use that speed and has some easier throws to make. The only guy I didn't see workout is Thorson. Not sure if that footage will eventually come out or what. He's apparently not a big name guy. Jones and Stidham are the rock star talents. Finley, Thorson, McSorley, and Browing are the sleepers. Finley and Thorson for downfield passing offenses (like the Pats have), Browning for the WCO (calling Redskins, Raiders), and McSorley for the spread (Mayfield backup?).