Here are my 5 top quarterbacks that look like they can produce the most in the NFL. There are many other quarterbacks that I could put in this story but these are the 5 that I believe are at the top.
1. Mason Rudolph (Oklahoma State)
Rudolph is number one on my list for his reason to control his team. Rudolph is currently listed at 6’5 and 230 pounds. Rudolph is a Senior quarterback from the Oklahoma State University. Rudolph’s hometown is Rock Hill, South Carolina. Rudolph has thrown for 2,650 yards and 19 touchdowns. Rudolph has also limited the interceptions to 4.
2. Josh Allen (Wyoming)
Allen is very physical quarterback, standing at 6’5 and 233 pounds. Allen is a dual-threat quarterback, he has thrown 1,216 yards and 8 touchdowns. Allen has led Wyoming to a 5-3 record on the season. Allen is currently a Junior at Wyoming, and very well could be the number one pick come NFL draft time.
3. Luke Falk (Washington State)
Falk is a Senior quarterback from Logan, Utah. Falk is currently standing at 6’4 and 223 pounds. Falk is an efficient pocket passer. He has thrown for 2,483 yards and collected 22 touchdowns. Falk’s best game was against Oregon State, where he threw for 396 yards and tacked on 6 touchdowns. Falk is currently ranked 3rd in passing touchdowns, only behind Drew Lock and Will Grier.
4. Josh Rosen (UCLA)
Rosen is a Junior quarterback from Manhattan Beach, California. Rosen is currently listed at 6’4 and 218 pounds. Rosen has thrown for 2,620 yards and has 19 touchdowns. Rosen is currently ranked 2nd in passing yards, only behind Mason Rudolph. Rosen’s best game was against Texas A&M, where he threw for 491 yards and 4 touchdowns.
5. Baker Mayfield (Oklahoma)
Mayfield is a Senior quarterback from Austin, Texas. Mayfield is a duel-threat quarterback, throwing for 2,347 yards and 19 touchdowns. Mayfield is standing in at just 6’1 and 220 pounds, but he makes up for that with his heart and speed. Mayfield has led the Oklahoma Sooners to a 7-1 record and a shot at a playoff run.
*All stats are from Friday October 27th