The team that ends up with the first overall pick will likely decide between Jadeveon Clowney and Teddy Bridgewater.

Clowney is almost universally considered the better prospect, but a quarterback is vital to any team's chances of competing.

Unlike the 2012 NFL Draft that featured Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III at the top, Bridgewater isn't as highly regarded.

"(Bridgewater) has dropped off some [since his sophomore year]," said one AFC general manager. "He does have that quick release, but he's as thin as can be. All his weight is in his ass and he has skinny ankles and wrists. This is the big boy league, and you have to be able to absorb pounding. He's a great kid, and he'll get drafted high, but is he a sure thing? I can't say that."