Every year, the NFL draft conversation starts with the top quarterback prospects. It helps when there’s a deep, talented class of promising passers, the best of which typically goes No. 1 overall. The 2021 draft was a prime example, with five quarterbacks selected among the first 15 picks, including multiple prospects who were worthy of consideration at the top spot. Unfortunately for NFL teams who will be looking for a blue-chip signal-caller in next year’s draft, the 2022 class doesn’t appear to have any prospect of that echelon, nor the quality depth that the 2021 group brought to the table.