NFL Network analyst Brian Baldinger says Georgia QB Aaron Murray will have the best career of any signal caller in the 2014 class.
"I like Manziel, but I think he's going to get hurt," said Baldinger. "I think Bridgewater is going to go to a bad team. I think he's the best quarterback right now, but the question was, who is going to have the best career. I just think a guy like Aaron is probably going to go to a team where they may not need a quarterback (immediately). Where he goes, there may be no pressure." Murray, a four-year starter at Georgia, owns SEC records for passing yardage (13,166) and completions (921). The 6-foot, 207-pound Murray, who suffered a torn ACL in November, is a likely Day 3 pick. "Most of the great quarterbacks in this league right now, whether it's Manning, Rivers or Brees, they played a lot of college games," Baldinger said. "And this guy played as many as anybody in the country. ... When I watch him, he looks as good as anybody. He's got a good arm, he snaps the ball off, he's smart. He's probably going to get underdrafted."