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2022 NFL Draft Top QB Prospects (6-10)

Updated: Apr 24, 2022

6. Jack Coan Notre Dame redshirt senior, 6' 3", 218 pounds

-led the Irish to an impressive 11-2 season just narrowly missing out on the CFB Playoff, completed just under 66 percent of his passes and threw for 3,150 yards with only 7 interceptions, was sensational in the 37-35 Fiesta Bowl loss throwing for over 500 yards and 5 TD’s against a stout Oklahoma State defense, good arm strength but needs to improve touch and accuracy on downfield throws, has only 2 full years of starting experience after missing all of 2020 with a broken foot,

7. Desmond Ridder Cincinnati redshirt senior, 6' 4", 211 pounds

-played in 50 games as a 4 year starter and helped the Bearcats become the first non-power 5 school to reach the CFB Playoff last season, threw for over 10,000 yards and rushed for over 2,000 while totaling 115 TD’s in his illustrious college career, good arm strength and at 6’4” has no trouble seeing the field from the pocket, did not impress on the big stage against Alabama completing only 17 of 32 throws for under 150 yards and struggled at times in wins over weaker opponents last season, accuracy was an issue at times especially earlier in his career

8. Bailey Zappe Western Kentucky redshirt senior, 6' 1", 215 pounds

-put up video game like numbers in 51 games over a 5 year span at Houston Baptist and Western Kentucky throwing for just under 16,000 yards and 140 touchdowns, was at his best in 2021 against the top opponents throwing for 577 yards against UTSA in the C-USA Championship and throwing 6 TD’s in the Boca Raton Bowl victory over Appalachian State, doesn’t have great size and his arm strength is just okay, Air Raid offenses tend to inflate stats

9. Cole Kelley Southeast Louisiana senior, 6' 7", 249 pounds

-exception size and plus arm strength, completed just under 74 % of his passes and threw for over 5,000 yards and in 13 games in 2021, had only 10 interceptions on the season but 3 came in the 59-20 lopsided playoff loss to JMU which was the Lions toughest opponent on the schedule, athletic for his size and put together an impressive workout at the combine which should bolster his draft status, needs to improve touch on throws, stats are a little deceiving in an offense that ran a lot of quick screens, didn’t face elite competition playing in the FCS Southland Conference

10. Dustin Crum Kent State senior, 6’3”, 219 pounds

-helped lead Kent State to 2 bowl games in 2019 and 2021, passed for 7,417 yards, rushed for over 2,000 yards and had 79 total TD’s in 50 games over 5 years for the Golden Flashes, threw only 6 INT’s in 2021 despite having to overcome a below average o-line and needing to outscore opponents playing alongside one of college football’s worst defenses, has good but not great arm strength and throwing mechanics aren’t the greatest, struggled to make downfield throws

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