1. Will Grier, West Virginia
When it comes to accuracy and confidence, it gets no better than West Virginia quarterback Will Grier.
The New England Patriots actually met with Grier during a pre-draft workout and got to see some of that accuracy and confidence first hand. Enough to make him a first or even early second-round pick?
Who knows with the Patriots, but in completing 67-percent of his passes during his final season at West Virginia to go along with 3,864 yards and 37 touchdowns, Grier appears to be less of a project than both Clayton Thorson and Daniel Jones.
It also helps that he has studied Tom Brady and what the New England Patriots do offensively.
"“Honestly, Jake Spavital, my OC at West Virginia, watched a lot of Patriots film and built our offense off a lot of what they (do),” Grier said, as transcribed by NESN.com. “Obviously, different terminology, but we would see stuff and be like, ‘We’re going to do that.’ Tom Brady does all right. So, we watched a lot of Tom Brady film.”"
Grier also has experience running a spread offense, which should be intriguing to Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.
At 6-foot-2, 217 pounds, Will Grier is a must draft quarterback, especially if he is available in the second and third rounds.