● By Luke Easterling
Every year, with every NFL draft, the conversation starts and stops with the top quarterback prospects in the class. This crop of passers is no exception, and with four of them worthy of top-10 consideration, expect a flurry of trade offers to start flying around sooner than later, as the most quarterback-needy teams near the top of the draft order do whatever it takes to make sure they land one. Those blockbuster trades for quarterbacks could also include one big-name veteran, as Aaron Rodgers could be on the move, which could have an impact on the first round. With this year’s NFL Scouting Combine in the rearview mirror, let’s take an updated look at how the first three rounds of this year’s draft could turn out (draft order and projected compensatory picks via Tankathon):

Top Players Not Included

These players appear in the top 32 of our

Consensus Big Board

, but do not show up in this mock.