We started the event with Scout's no. 1, 2, 4, and 5 ranked QBs. There were some nice moments from each of the prospects, but there were a lot of struggles. The player who put on the most consistent three days of practice was Brett Hundley. The UCLA commit was not flashy, but he protected the football with good reads and accuracy.
There was a lot of discussion about Braxton Miller and Jeff Driskel heading into the week as Driskel had recently overtaken Miller as the no. 1 QB in the country. They played to a draw this week as both struggled at times. Driskel had trouble with the speed and when things went "live" causing him to throw some interceptions. Miller was just off with his accuracy often times missing high. Neither QB had the opportunity to display their athleticism however and both figure to be much better in the game.
Kiehl Frazier was terrific on the first day, but dropped off a touch the last two. He does everything so easy that he figures to be an excellent fit in Gus Malzahn's scheme at Auburn. Max Wittek displayed a lot of polish and feel for the game, but also struggled with his accuracy. Kendal Thompson does not have a big arm and figures to transition to a different position at the next level.