The college quarterbacks class is shaping up nicely, just in time to perhaps rescue some NFL teams from themselves. CLEMSON, SC – OCTOBER 03: Clemson Tigers quarterback Trevor Lawrence (16) fakes rolling out with the ball during the game between the Clemson Tigers and the Virginia Cavaliers on October 03, 2020 at Memorial Stadium in Clemson, South Carolina. (Photo by Dannie Walls/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) Right at the top are Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence, Ohio State’s Justin Fields, and Florida’s Kyle Trask, depending on who (likely all) become eligible for the 2021 draft. BYU’s Zach Wilson and North Dakota State’s Trey Lance are highly rated, too. Those guys salivating about such prospects work in the personnel departments of the Jets, Jaguars, and Bears. Maybe also for the Lions, Patriots, Falcons, Saints, and 49ers. Each of those clubs is in a quarterback quandary, though Atlanta with Matt Ryan need not be in any hurry. Same for the 49ers if Jimmy Garoppolo could stay healthy. And who knows, maybe Taysom Hill has the goods to step in full time when Drew Brees almost certainly heads to the broadcast booth. ATLANTA, GEORGIA – NOVEMBER 29: Matt Ryan #2 of the Atlanta Falcons signals… Read full this story
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