Here's the list: Scout.com: 2010 NFL Draft - Top 25 Quarterback Prospects [FONT=verdana, arial, sans serif]2010 NFL Draft Position Rankings[FONT=verdana, arial, sans serif] The Quarterbacks[/FONT][/FONT][SIZE=-1] Going into the 2009 college football season season, here are the top prospects to watch out for. For now, only FBS/D-I players who'll be eligible for the 2009 NFL Draft are listed. The player analysis will come this summer.[/SIZE] FRANCHISE STARS 1. Sam Bradford, Oklahoma (Jr.) 2. Colt McCoy, Texas POSSIBLE NFL STARTERS 3. Tim Tebow, Florida 4. Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame (Jr.) 5. Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan 6. Jevan Snead, Ole Miss (Jr.) 7. Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State 8. Tim Hiller, Western Michigan TOP PROSPECTS ON THE RADAR 9. Colin Kaepernick, Nevada (Jr.) 10. Case Keenum, Houston (Jr.) 11. Jarrett Brown, West Virginia 12. Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic 13. Juice Williams, Illinois 14. Max Hall, BYU 15. Tony Pike, Cincinnati 16. Joe Webb, UAB 17. Mitch Mustain, USC (Jr.) 18. Adam Weber, Minnesota (Jr.) 19. Todd Reesing, Kansas 20. Tyler Sheehan, Bowling Green 21. Daryll Clark, Penn State 22. Andy Schmitt, Eastern Michigan 23. Greg Alexander, Hawaii 24. Ricky Stanzi, Iowa (Jr.) 25. Jake Locker, Washington (Jr.) Thought this was interesting, particularly because ISU fans seem very confident that AA is better than Ricky Stanzi. Personally I think they are relatively equal because they are in different systems. Stanzi is a better pro style QB than Arnaud and Arnaud is a better spread QB than Stanzi. Just thought I'd bring in the commentary of a totally objective source. This list does destroy its credibility though by ranking Jimmy Clausen at 4 and Tim Tebow at 3. IMO Clausen is way overrated and Tebow will struggle greatly to get his footwork and fundamentals in order going from a college spread offense to an NFL pro offense (something all spread QB's are at a huge disadvantage becasue of).