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2013 NFL Draft quarterback rankings

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Mike Ehrmann

It's the point in the NFL Draft process where media analysts are beginning to wonder if Geno Smith of West Virginia really is the top quarterback in the class. Some are jumping on Tyler Wilson. Others are all over Mike Glennon or Ryan Nassib. Some trying to be edgy are jumping on Zac Dysert. Don't listen to any of them. Smith is still the best quarterback in the class. Don't forget about Matt Barkley, either. Sure, he was surrounded by talent at USC. But Barkley has underrated skills and a high football IQ.

1. Geno Smith | 6'3, 214 pounds | Quarterback | West Virginia
2. Matt Barkley | 6'2, 230 pounds | Quarterback | Southern California
3. Tyler Wilson | 6'3, 220 pounds | Quarterback | Arkansas
4. Mike Glennon | 6'6, 232 pounds | Quarterback | North Carolina State
5. Tyler Bray | 6'6, 213 pounds | Quarterback | Tennessee *
6. Zac Dysert | 6'4, 228 pounds | Quarterback | Miami (Ohio)
7. Ryan Nassib | 6'3 227 pounds | Quarterback | Syracuse
8. E.J. Manuel | 6'5, 238 pounds | Quarterback | Florida State
9. Matt Scott | 6'3, 196 pounds | Quarterback | Arizona
10. Landry Jones | 6'4, 229 pounds | Quarterback | Oklahoma
11. Sean Renfree | 6'5, 230 pounds | Quarterback | Duke
12. Alex Carder | 6'2, 224 pounds | Quarterback | Western Michigan
13. Nick Florence | 6'1, 205 pounds | Quarterback | Baylor
14. Brad Sorensen | 6'5, 230 pounds | Quarterback | Southern Utah
15. Kyle Padron | 6'4, 220 pounds | Quarterback | Eastern Washington *
16. Collin Klein | 6'5, 226 pounds | Quarterback | Kansas State
17. Matt McGloin | 6'1, 210 pounds | Quarterback | Penn State
18. James Vandenberg | 6'3, 212 pounds | Quarterback | Iowa
19. Ryan Aplin | 6'1, 205 pounds | Quarterback | Arkansas State
20. Jeff Tuel | 6'3, 221 pounds | Quarterback | Washington State