3. 4. Keith Price, Washington
2012 season: 263-432, 60.9%, 2,728 yds., 19 TDs, 13 INT
Keith Price from Washington is an interesting prospect in that he had a better year in 2011 than he did in 2012. In 2011, his completion percentage, yardage and touchdowns were all better than last year's totals. He has the athleticism and arm strength to bounce back and have his best year in 2013, and that's what I believe will happen. He struggled at times and let the struggles get to his head, but his talent is great enough to overcome last year's problems.
He’s elusive when being chased out of the pocket and often throws accurately on the run rather than tucking the ball and rushing, although he has the speed to do so. He’s got a big arm but has a problem with overthrowing wide-open receivers downfield. With his athletic ability and strong arm, Price, if he can eliminate his mental mistakes, can be selected somewhere on the last day of the 2014 Draft.