NFL Draft 2013: Underrated QBs to Watch After Day 1

March 30, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2013 NFL draft doesn't feature a single quarterback that scouts can declare a slam dunk. Unlike the 2012 class that featured the likes of Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III, the 2013 class of quarterbacks all have their flaws. 
This could be good news for teams looking to find their next franchise signal-caller. Because there's a lack of highly praised players at the position, it should be a buyer's market. 
Not to get all cliche, but we've seen franchise quarterbacks like Tom Brady, Tony Romo and, most recently, Russell Wilson passed over in the first round. It's not all that common, but there are quality quarterbacks that can be drafted and developed into top players at the position. 
Here are three quarterback prospects that teams should be glad to snag after Day 1 that could blossom into real winners. 
E.J. Manuel, Florida State
Manuel has all the physical tools that NFL scouts look for in a quarterback prospect. 
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