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Who are the quarterbacks left for Patriots to potentially draft?

Ryan Hannable
April 28, 2018 - 8:00 am

FOXBORO — The first two days of the NFL draft have come and gone and the Patriots still haven’t selected a quarterback.

Fortunately for them, several decent ones are still out there. Six total have been taken, but just one following the first round — Mason Rudolph.

Here’s a quick look at a few quarterbacks who will likely be selected on Saturday and their potential fit in New England.

Kyle Lauletta, Richmond — He was the player most connected to the Patriots in the pre-draft process, as his stock jumped following being MVP of the Senior Bowl. If the Patriots really want him, they might have to take him at No. 105, as he may not still be around when they are up in Round 5. The one question with him is his arm strength and is likely why he hasn't been selected yet.

Luke Falk, Washington State — Falk said on Adam Scheffer’s podcast this week that he expected to be selected in the second round, but here we are and he’s still available. He played under Mike Leach, so there may be some concerns with how he would handle being under center and even handing the ball off, as he didn't do that much in college. He may still be around in Round 5, but other teams are looking for QBs too, so it really is hard to say.

Mike White, Western Kentucky — White may have the best arm in the entire draft given his baseball history. Playing at a small school, he hasn’t had the same hype as some of the others, but given his arm strength, he could catch one team's eye and that is all it takes. He seems like a fourth or fifth-round pick.

Logan Woodside, Toledo — Given his lack of size, he may not go as high as some of the other guys on this list, but he has a lot of talent. Woodside projects to be a late-round pick, so New England might be able to wait a bit longer on him than the others if it really likes him.