What You Should Know About the 2018 NFL Draft Class

How does next year look?

UCLA's Josh Rosen.
Josh Rosen of UCLA attends Steve Clarkson's 13th Annual Quarterback Retreat on May 27, 2017 in Coronado, California. (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images)

This year’s NFL quarterback draft class has been talked about for years. Last year, teams complained about the quality of the quarterbacks in the draft but would remain hopeful, saying, “But next year…” writes ESPN. Well, it’s finally here, so does the draft still look as good? There are multiple Southern California boys turns heads, a Heisman-winning “bad boy” and a hot shot from Wyoming. ESPN put together a list of those who will hold our attention until the 2018 draft. UCLA’s Josh Rosen is on it, of course. He’s got 283 of 452 passing (62.6 percent) for 3,756 yards, with 26 touchdowns, 10 interceptions. USC’s Sam Darnold is too. He had a stunning 31-touchdown, nine-interception 2016 season and a great Rose Bowl performance against Penn State. Josh Allen from Wyoming became the starter in 2016 and has a huge arm.


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