Originally Posted by DJ's left nut
Eh, it's more involved than that. It's really want you want at that point.
If you want a high risk, high reward guy - you go Bray and trust that you can mature him over the next couple of years.
You want a 'safe' pick - you go Barkley and build a WCO around him.
Don't put stock in height as a determining factor? Then Murray is your guy; he'll, he's been a better pure passer than Smith this year.
Swear by the Bledsoe/Manning model of tall, strong-armed passers but don't want to run the risk of a Cutler-esque douche in your huddle (i.e. Bray), then Landry Jones is your guy.
And Wilson is probably the best overall blend of polish and potential outside of Geno in the draft.
After Smith, there are so many ways to distinguish each of these picks from each other, everyone should be able to find a #2 choice based on their preferences at the position. It's just just a pile of faceless QBs, these are all very different guys that could all succeed for very different reasons.
It's a fascinating QB draft.
And that's kinda what I meant by my comment. If I'm picking say 10th, I'm not terribly disappointed with any of them.