It's looking like a top-heavy draft for quarterbacks in 2012. This could be good news for the Miami Dolphins, who are the only AFC East team searching for a long-term solution at the position this offseason.
Longtime backup Matt Moore is 4-4 as the Dolphins' starter and playing efficient football. He remains under contract for 2012 and may get another shot. But Moore certainly hasn't shown enough to prove he can be a franchise quarterback for many years to come.
If one of those quarterbacks are in the draft, Miami needs to consider them.
Could that player be USC's Matt Barkley? He is strongly considering his options to turn pro. If Barkley does, he could be the second-best quarterback prospect in next year's draft. Barkley has a ton of starting experience at a big-time program and could be NFL-ready next season.
What about Oklahoma's Landry Jones? He has arguably the strongest arm in the draft, which is always needed at the NFL level. Jones is putting up big numbers at Oklahoma but there are questions about his mobility.
Finally, Baylor's Robert Griffin III continues to climb the charts. He's played his way into the Heisman conversation with a string of big games. He is the most dynamic player of the top quarterbacks. Should the Dolphins consider "RG3" for next season?
If there is another quarterback you like better, vote other. You can mention anyone but Stanford's Andrew Luck, who will be long gone with the top overall pick.