Buffalo Bills: 2018 QB class rankings one month before the draft

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6) Luke Falk, Washington State (6-foot-3, 215 pounds)

Pro Comparison: Lesser Kirk Cousins

Projected landing spot: New England Patriots

Falk will be selected somewhere in the 2nd-3rd round range. The Patriots have a track record of selecting a project quarterback in that range, so Falk makes sense for New England.

7) Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State (6-foot-4, 230 pounds)

Pro Comparison: Christian Ponder

Projected landing spot: Denver Broncos

If the Broncos opt to wait on a quarterback, Rudolph will be a likely selection. Sitting behind Keenum will help him adjust to a pro-style system.

8) Kyle Lauletta, Richmond (6-foot-3, 215 pounds)

Pro Comparison: Lesser Alex Smith

Projected landing spot: New Orleans Saints

The Saints have yet to grab their successor to Drew Brees. Lauletta is a mid-round prospect with a bright future. New Orleans has enough depth to burn a mid-round pick on a young quarterback.

9) Mike White, Western Kentucky (6-foot-4, 220 pounds)

Pro Comparison: Drew Stanton

Projected landing spot: Pittsburgh Steelers

White is one of the smartest quarterbacks in the class. He will soak up all the experience of Big Ben and become a better quarterback than Landry Jones turned out to be.

10) Logan Woodside, Toledo (6-foot-1, 215 pounds)

Pro Comparison: Colt McCoy

Projected landing spot: Los Angeles Chargers

Woodside will be taken in day three of the draft. His size will be an issue for some teams, but he could be a solid option for the Chargers late in the draft.

Next: 2018 NFL Mock Draft 3.0

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