The 2016 quarterback class delivers a lot of promise and there’s a chance that a few of these players could be starting for an NFL team in the next few years. That being said, it’s good to get familiar with some of these quarterbacks now so we don’t have to play catch-up when they decide to come out for the draft.
There were two five-star recruits and 19 four-star recruits in the 2016 class. A fair amount of the prospects are starting for their respective teams and could rise up draft boards if they have a good season. It’s a talented class that could make a big impact at the NFL level.
By combing through each recruiting class by position, we get to view the college landscape from a different perspective. It’s also a deeper look because we get to analyze some of the less talked-about prospects.
I utilized 247Sports’ recruiting ranks to get the player ratings. From there, I researched and provided an assessment for each player who received either a five or four-star rating.
Below are my previous recruiting class reviews:
The deeper your devy leagues are, the more these evaluations will help. Hopefully, you get a good overview of the college landscape which will help you be more prepared for your future rookie drafts.
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