There are a lot of QBs on this list. The thing is, despite all the film we now have on each QB, it is difficult to know for certainty which college QB will be successful in the NFL due to all the teams and schemes.
Pro Football Focus wrote:
ARIZONA CARDINALS: QB Josh Rosen, UCLA (No. 10 overall in 2018)
CHICAGO BEARS: QB Mitchell Trubisky, North Carolina (No. 2 overall in 2017)
DENVER BRONCOS: QB Paxton Lynch, Memphis (No. 26 overall in 2016)
LAS VEGAS RAIDERS: QB Jamarcus Russell, LSU (No. 1 overall in 2007)
MINNESOTA VIKINGS: QB Christian Ponder, Florida State (No. 12 overall in 2011)
NEW YORK JETS: QB Mark Sanchez, USC (No. 5 overall in 2009)
TENNESSEE TITANS: QB Jake Locker, Washington (No. 8 overall in 2011)
WASHINGTON FOOTBALL TEAM: QB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State (No. 15 overall in 2019)
MIAMI DOLPHINS: EDGE Dion Jordan, Oregon (No. 3 overall in 2013)
Not only did the Dolphins whiff hard on Jordan here, but they also gave up their second-round pick that year to do so. While 2013 was easily the weakest first round over the past decade, even Ziggy Ansah would have been a much better pick here.