A.J. McCarron has played on the biggest stages among any of the players in this draft class and excelled. McCarron is a step slower than most quarterbacks in this draft class but is very accurate and is a great student of the game. The biggest knock against this guy are his arm strength and the fact that he played at Alabama. With a strong defense, great offensive line, and a potent rushing attack, being a quarterback for the Alabama Crimson Tide is the best situation for any college player right now. Because of that, it may be hard to decipher how much of what McCarron's production was hammered out by Nick Saban as opposed to McCarron himself. His ball velocity at the NFL Combine came in at 53 miles per hour, significantly lower than his counterparts and below the much desired mark of about 55 miles per hour. Many scouts have him ranked lower in the top ten, but he's a high character guy who coaches seem to like. McCarron is savvy and with enough hard work, he can win a starting position in a couple years. He is likely to go in the second round to the Arizona Cardinals.