1) Deshaun Watson Clemson:
Whichever team decides to draft any other quarterback before Deshaun Watson, expect that team to be ridiculed for passing up on Watson when down the road he's beating that team. What more did this kid have to prove to be ruled the best QB coming out of college. He went to back to back national championships, won one of them, torched Alabama's great defense twice on the biggest stage, and he was a Heisman finalist the last two years. That's about the most you can do in two years as a starter in college and he still isn't getting respected. Dabo Sweeney said it best, passing on this kid will be like passing on Michael Jordan. Now, I don't think Watson will be the greatest football player ever, however any team that passes on him will certainly regret it.
2) DeShone Kizer Notre Dame:
The best quarterback in terms on size and skill set is definitley DeShone Kizer. Kizer has the size at 6'4" and he has the big arm to make every throw on the field. He's a pretty mobile quarterback with good feet, the only concern with this kid is his intangibles. When you want to be a franchise quarterback in the NFL you need to do the little things well, although a lot of that comes with coaching as well. If Kizer can pick up on the little things quickly and fix them, I really believe he can be a very solid quarterback in the NFL.
3) Mitchell Trubisky North Carolina:
He's the favorite to be the first quarterback off the board and might even be the first overall pick to the Browns. If he goes to the Browns RIP to his career. If he goes anywhere else he might have a shot to stay relevant for a little while, even though I think his road to be labeled a bust is inevitable. He was the purest college first round disaster QB there is, he took every snap from shotgun, a lot of his playbook was filled with run pass options, and he only started one year of college football against an extremely weak schedule. I'm not buying into this guy even though every analyst seems to be sold on him.
4) Joshua Dobbs Tennessee:
Dobbs has drastically improved in his 3 years as a starter for Tennessee. Each and every year he was trusted to make plays with his arm more and more often, and each year he delivered when called upon. Dobbs did run a lot of run pass option stuff like Trubisky, however he is bigger, quicker, and won't cost you a draft pick in the first two rounds. I see Dobbs as a Dak Prescott type, he might not get his shot as quickly, but I think if he's in the right situation he'll be able to be a good quarterback for a competitive team at a very cheap price.
5. Brad Kaaya Miami:
If anyone is an NFL scout's dream it's this guy. 6'4", played in a pro style offense, and he has 3 years of starting under his belt, so why aren't teams foaming at the mouth for this kid? Well, the reason being Kaaya seems a lot like Brock Osweiler, big guy without a big arm, and he lacks accuracy. Somebody will take a shot on this kid, ultimately they'll regret it, and he'll be nothing more than a lifetime backup, but whatever let that poor team hope. I'm sure people will give him a shot based purely on his physique and experience, only thing is you can't teach talent.