2017 Outlook: Kizer is mobile and has a very good arm, but he struggles with accuracy and decision-making. He was off target on a massive 14.5 percent of his throws last season, which is easily worst among all quarterbacks who attended the combine. Granted, he threw downfield more often, but his 59 percent completion rate is concerning. Kizer is the biggest (6-foot-4, 233 pounds) and youngest (turned 21 in January) among this year's incoming rookie quarterbacks, but he's a raw talent who ideally would spend most of his rookie season with the clipboard. Of course, Cleveland's uncertain quarterback situation likely means he'll make several starts in 2017. The second-round pick is unlikely to provide much fantasy value in 2017.
2017 Outlook: Kessler was a surprise third-round pick in last year's draft, but he had plenty of success on 195 rookie-season pass attempts. The USC product posted a 6-to-2 TD/INT mark, completed 65.6 percent of his passes (11th highest) and was off target on only 10.8 percent (second best). Of 34 rookies who have attempted at least 150 passes over the past 10 years, Kessler ranks third in completion percentage, first in off-target percentage, 13th in yards per attempt and second in interception rate (1.0 percent). Kessler's height (6-foot-1) and underwhelming arm strength are a concern, but his only competition for starting duties is raw rookie DeShone Kizer. Kessler figures to get another shot after a promising rookie campaign.