NFL draft preview: How many QBs are drafted?

NFL draft day is finally here, and the draft has been a roller coaster for the past month.

With all of the trades, moves and the overall depth of the league, we’ll be tracking how many QB prospects have made the leap into the first round.

Here are the QB prospects who have made it into the top 10 of the draft so far, and where they’re projected to land:1.

Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts — We’ve been told all along that Luck is the best quarterback in the draft, and we agree.

But is he the best QB?

The answer to that question is yes.

He has a long way to go before he becomes the next Aaron Rodgers.2.

Dak Prescott, Mississippi State — Prescott has the ability to be a top-10 pick, but his biggest issue is consistency.

He doesn’t seem to have a strong arm and needs to improve his footwork and ball placement.

He also doesn’t have the size and arm strength to be the No. 1 pick.3.

Christian Hackenberg, Penn State — Hackenberg is still in the process of adjusting to life in the NFL, but he’s shown flashes of being a dominant quarterback who can elevate his game and make the Colts’ offense more dynamic.4.

Sam Darnold, USC — It’s tough to get excited about Darnolds potential, but the former Heisman Trophy winner has the tools to be drafted.

He’s a smooth-shooter and has an elite arm and arm speed.

He’ll likely land in the top five of the first pick, which would be the most for any QB in the class.5.

Mitchell Trubisky, North Carolina — Trubiski is one of the most intriguing prospects in this class, and he’s showing flashes of becoming a legitimate NFL starter.

His arm strength and accuracy are good enough to get him drafted in the first five rounds, but Trubies ability to improve the rest of his game will make him a better prospect.6.

Paxton Lynch, Memphis — Lynch was arguably the most exciting prospect in this draft class and he looks to have an explosive first season in the pros.

He throws with great accuracy, and is a leader on the field.7.

Josh Allen, Tennessee — Allen has a big arm and plays with great motor, but needs to refine his accuracy and become a better pocket passer.8.

Dede Westbrook, Florida State — Westbrook has a chance to be one of college football’s top quarterbacks in a few years, but it won’t be easy.

He needs to become more consistent and is still developing his pocket presence.9.

Derek Carr, Fresno State — It seems like Carr has been the best passer in the country for a few seasons, but I think his future is in a different league.

He will need to continue to develop his mechanics and learn how to throw the ball more accurately.10.

Connor Cook, Iowa — Cook is a good prospect, but there’s no question that his athleticism is off the charts.

He can play both outside and in the pocket, but you can’t have a guy who can’t make reads and throws in traffic.11.

Jacoby Brissett, Clemson — Brissetti has the size, arm strength, accuracy and mobility to be an NFL starter, but can’t seem a starter at Clemson.

He lacks the confidence and is very inconsistent.12.

Jacob Eason, Mississippi — Eason is one the best quarterbacks in the 2017 class, but some teams think he’s not as good as the ones he’s facing.

He hasn’t shown the ability of a franchise QB, but Eason should be the third QB in this mock draft.13.

Carson Wentz, North Dakota State — Wentz has the talent, but is he ready to play in the big leagues?

Wentz is a long shot, but at least he’s at the top of the class and has the best arm in this year’s class.14.

Blake Bortles, Central Florida — Bortes could have a breakout season in 2017, but could struggle in 2018.

The Jaguars’ coaching staff believes Bortls talent is better than his arm.15.

Samaje Perine, Ole Miss — Perine could be a steal at No. 2 in this Mock Draft.

The Ole Miss quarterback needs to continue improving his accuracy, but Perine is a talented passer and could become the No