Rank 'Em: How would you draft this year's top quarterbacks?

While there's a consensus on the transcendent abilities of the top pass-rushers, running backs and tight ends in this year's NFL draft class, the jury's still out on quarterbacks.

Unlike recent years, where a bona fide franchise quarterback has come off the board within the first few picks, there doesn't appear to be any certainty about where this year's crop will fall -- or if one will even be taken on the first day.

Throughout much of 2017, Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett has been the assumed favorite to land with the Cleveland Browns with the No. 1 pick. But last week, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that the Browns are torn between Garrett and North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, a native of the Cleveland suburbs.

Deshaun Watson of national champion Clemson was projected going as high as No. 2 to the San Francisco 49ers in some of ESPN's earliest mock drafts, but it's not a lock he'll even go in the first round. Same goes for a slew of other intriguing prospects -- Notre Dame's DeShone Kizer, Texas Tech's Patrick Mahomes, Cal's Davis Webb, Pitt's Nathan Peterman, Miami's Brad Kaaya and Tennessee's Joshua Dobbs.

In what order would you draft the top quarterbacks this year? Rank them below:

The 2017 NFL draft kicks off April 27 in Philadelphia with the first round and continues through April 29.

-- Brendan C. Hall