Upsets throughout the NFL in Week One result in significant changes to the selection order -- but not a switch of the player expected to first overall or where the three projected first round quarterbacks land.
It was Cook -- NFLDraftScout.com's top-rated senior quarterback - who got the last laugh Saturday night in Michigan State's 31-28 win over Oregon but by shrugging off an injury to his throwing hand and two first half interceptions, Adams also flashed some of traits to intrigue NFL scouts and nearly lead the Ducks to a comeback win in East Lansing.
NFLDraftScout.com debuts its first Top 1,000 prospect rankings for the 2016 NFL Draft, and an intriguing mix of talented quarterbacks could lead to an historic run at the position -- even if one isn't selected No. 1 overall.
The pressure is firmly on redshirt senior quarterback Kevin Hogan to take the next step. Fortunately, Hogan has another solid offensive line and talented pass-catchers to help, all of whom will draw plenty of scouts to Palo Alto.