What happened to the #1 QB recruit from 2010-2015?

2010: Phillip Sims Pro-Style QB Chesapeake, Virginia. 31st ranked national, 1st best pro-style QB, 1st best from the state of Virginia. 1 season for Alabama (2011), 1 season for Virginia (2012). Undrafted in 2015. Signed with Arizona Cardinals in 2015. Signed with Seattle Seahawks in 2016. Signed with the CFL in 2016 after cut from Seahawks. Never played a snap in NFL. Currently head football coach for John Marshall High School in Virginia.

2011: Jeff Driskel Dual-Style QB Oviedo, Florida. 17th ranked national, 1st best dual-style QB, 6th best in state of Florida. 4 seasons for Florida (2011-2014), 1 season for Louisiana Tech (2015). 6th round pick in 2016 NFL Draft (207th overall) by 49ers. 3+ seasons (1 with Bengals, 1 with Lions, and 1 with Broncos). Career record: 1-8, 9 games started, 58.6% Completion %, 79.4 QBRTG, 141.3 Passing Yards/Game, 13 TD, 8 INT. Currently backup QB for Broncos.

2012: Jameis Winston Dual-Style QB Hueytown, Alabama. 16th ranked national, 1st best Dual-Style QB, 1st best in the state of Alabama. 2 seasons for Florida State (2013-2014). 1st round pick in 2015 NFL Draft (1st overall) by Buccaneers. 6+ seasons (5 with Buccaneers, 1 with Saints). 1x Pro-Bowl, career record: 28-42, 70 games started, 61.4% Completion %, 86.9 QBRTG, 260.7 Passing Yards/Game, 121 TD, 88 INT. Currently starting QB for Saints following Drew Brees retirement.

Source: 247sports.com

2013: Max Browne Pro-Style QB Sammamish, Washington. 11th ranked national, 1st best Pro-Style QB, 1st best in the state of Washington. 3 seasons for USC (2014-2016), 1 season for Pitt (2017). Never signed by an NFL team. Currently pre and post-game analyst for USC athletics.

2014: Kyle Allen Pro-Style QB Scottsdale, Arizona. 8th ranked national, 1st best Pro-Style QB, 1st best in the state of Arizona. 2 seasons for Texas A&M (2014-2015), 1 season for Houston (2017). Undrafted in 2018. Signed with Carolina Panthers in 2018. 3+ seasons (2 with Panthers, 1 with Football Team). Career record: 7-10, 17 games started, 63.1% Completion %, 84.4 QBRTG, 220.9 Passing yards/game, 23 TD, 17 INT. Currently backup QB for Washington Football Team.

2015: Josh Rosen Pro-Style QB Bellflower, California. 11th ranked national, 1st best Pro-Style QB, 3rd best in the state of California. 3 seasons for UCLA (2015-2017). 1st round pick in 2018 NFL Draft (10th overall) by Cardinals. 3+ seasons (1 with Cardinals, 1 with Dolphins, 1 with Buccaneers). Career record: 3-13, 16 games started, 54.8% Completion %, 63.5 QBRTG, 142.3 Passing yards/game, 12 TD, 19 INT. Currently backup QB for 49ers.

From 2010-2015:

Drafted in NFL Draft (3): Jeff Driskel, Jameis Winston, and Josh Rosen

Made a Pro-Bowl (1): Jameis Winston

Played in the NFL (4): Jeff Driskel, Jameis Winston, Kyle Allen, and Josh Rosen

Currently a starter in the NFL (1): Jameis Winston

Currently on an NFL roster (4): Jeff Driskel, Jameis Winston, Kyle Allen, and Josh Rosen

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