It's tough to get more of a sure thing for the first quarterback off the board as Trevor Lawrence. He's a definite starting NFL quarterback and has a ceiling that would put him into a future QB1 conversation. On his heels is Justin Fields who has a blend of athleticism (rushing yards floor) and arm accuracy that GMs and dynasty players covet. He's not quite as sure thing as Trevor Lawrence but he'll be a hot pick up in the second round of standard dynasty drafts. Beyond the top two, there is plenty of upside, a lot of it residing in the arm talent of Zach Wilson out of BYU and the raw skills of Trey Lance. These are more speculative picks but so was Jalen Hurts a year ago. Finally, there's a decent amount of depth in this QB draft as well with Mac Jones and Kyle Trask rounding out the top 6. They lack the rushing upside and arm strength of the top 4 but have NFL pocket passing abilities. Overall, this is a solid QB class.