Quarterback is a premium position, but with several college prospects staying in school, the drought of talent could force possible selections up-and-down draft boards. Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, once-considered a sure-fire top three selection, is now contemplating a return to his university. The junior quarterback has not made a decision on jumping to the NFL, according to ESPN's Brett McMurphy. With Oregon's Marcus Mariota staying at Oregon and UCLA's Brett Hundley likely to follow his lead, Bridgewater along with Fresno State's Derek Carr and Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel are the clear cream of the crop.
Will Teddy Bridgewater's decision impact the Eagles' draft?
Philly.com | Dec 18