The three Ohio State quarterbacks can be listed any way. Above, we went alphabetically. How they will fall on the depth chart come Sept. 7 at Virginia Tech remains to be seen. And the same could be said when one looks at the NFL draft.
There's Barrett, the accurate and heady sophomore who set a Big Ten record for touchdowns last year. There's Jones, the massive, strong-armed national champion. And there's Miller, the two-time Big Ten MVP with elite athleticism and a gutty will to win.
All have similar skills and have had similar success but boast their own defining characteristics. But how do they shake out for the draft? Right now, Scout lists Jones as the No. 32 draft prospect for the 2016 draft, a ranking that could either go up or down based on how things shake out during the upcoming season, but each brings something to the table.
Scout.com's Scott Kennedy and BuckeyeSports.com's Jeff Svoboda discuss who has the best stock and potential draft comparisons going forward.