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Monday Morning QB: 2015 Draft Class Edition

This week instead of focusing on one quarterback, we’re going to take a look at the quarterbacks drafted in the NFL draft this year. Only seven quarterbacks were drafted, the fewest since 1955. This year’s NFL draft was viewed as one of the weakest years for quarterback prospects ever.nfl_draft_14

Jameis Winston from Florida State, the first overall pick, was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Marcus Mariota from the University of Oregon, second pick, was drafted by the Tennessee Titans. The New Orleans Saints drafted Garrett Grayson from Colorado State. The St. Louis Rams drafted Sean Mannion in the third round from Oregon State. The New York Jets drafted Bryce Petty from Baylor in the fourth round. In the fifth round, the Green Bay Packers drafted Brett Hundley from UCLA. The Denver Broncos drafted Trevor Siemian from Northwestern in the seventh round. In the 1955 draft, only six quarterbacks were drafted.

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Jameis Winston: 26-1,  completed 562 of 851 passes for 7,964 yards, 65 touchdowns, 28 interceptions

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Marcus Mariota: 36-5, completed 779 of 1,167 passes for 10,796 yards, 105 touchdowns, 14 interceptions

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Garrett Grayson: completed 688 of 1,113 passes for 9,190 yards, 64 touchdowns, 27 interceptions

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 Sean Mannion: started 43 games, completed 1,187 of 1,838 passes for 13,600 yards, 83 touchdowns, 54 interceptions

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Bryce Petty: As a senior, passed for 3,855 yards, 29 touchdowns, 6 rushing touchdowns

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Brett Hundley: completed 837 of 1,24 passes for 9,966 yards, 75 touchdowns, 25 interceptions

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Trevor Siemian: started 44 games, completed 550 of 934 passes for 5,931 yards, 27 touchdowns, 24 interceptions

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