2013 NFL Draft quarterback rankings

Andy Lyons

For the first time since the 2008 draft, and the fourth time this century, a quarterback probably won't be taken with the first pick in the NFL Draft. That's largely due to the Kansas City Chiefs trading for Alex Smith. But it's also because there isn't a stand out signal caller this year.

West Virginia's Geno Smith is our top quarterback, and may get taken in the top 10 of the draft. Unless there are some reaches or trades, he could be the only quarterback taken in the first round. After him is the smart, savvy and somewhat weak-armed Matt Barkley. Barkley comes in second because there are fewer questions about him than the signal callers behind him.

Looking for a sleeper this year? Keep an eye on Arizona's Matt Scott. He's refining his technique with quarterback guru George Whitfield and is the most athletic quarterback in the class.

1. Geno Smith | 6'2 3/8, 218 pounds | Quarterback | West Virginia
2. Matt Barkley | 6'2 1/2, 227 pounds | Quarterback | Southern California
3. Mike Glennon | 6'7 1/8, 225 pounds | Quarterback | North Carolina State
4. Tyler Wilson | 6'2 1/8, 215 pounds | Quarterback | Arkansas
5. Tyler Bray | 6'6, 232 pounds | Quarterback | Tennessee *
6. Ryan Nassib | 6'2 1/8 227 pounds | Quarterback | Syracuse
7. E.J. Manuel | 6'4 5/8, 237 pounds | Quarterback | Florida State
8. Zac Dysert | 6'3, 231 pounds | Quarterback | Miami (Ohio)
9. Matt Scott | 6'2, 213 pounds | Quarterback | Arizona
10. Landry Jones | 6'4 1/4, 225 pounds | Quarterback | Oklahoma
11. Sean Renfree | 6'3, 219 pounds | Quarterback | Duke
12. Nick Florence | 6'1, 205 pounds | Quarterback | Baylor
13. Jordan Rodgers | 6'1, 212 pounds | Quarterback | Vanderbilt
14. Brad Sorensen | 6'4 1/2, 229 pounds | Quarterback | Southern Utah
15. Kyle Padron | 6'4, 220 pounds | Quarterback | Eastern Washington *
16. MarQueis Gray | 6'3 1/4, 240 pounds | Quarterback | Minnesota
17. Matt McGloin | 6'1, 210 pounds | Quarterback | Penn State
18. Alex Carder | 6'2, 224 pounds | Quarterback | Western Michigan
19. Collin Klein | 6'4 7/8, 226 pounds | Quarterback | Kansas State
20. James Vandenberg | 6'2 3/4, 226 pounds | Quarterback | Iowa
21. Ryan Aplin | 6'1, 205 pounds | Quarterback | Arkansas State
22. Jeff Tuel | 6'3, 221 pounds | Quarterback | Washington State

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