Several teams will be looking for quarterbacks in the upcoming draft due to injuries and aging starters. The Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Giants, Cincinnati Bengals, Washington Redskins and Denver Broncos are just some of the teams that may pursue a quarterback in April.

Unlike in 2018, there is a good chance there will not be four quarterbacks selected within the first 10 picks. The 2018 NFL draft class is considered stronger at other positions.

However, there are some intriguing prospects in this class that could find their way into the mid-first round or as an early second rounder.

Will Grier, West Virginia

The former Florida Gator lacks size but makes up for it with arm strength and quickness. The redshirt senior also shows good poise and makes smart decisions in a complicated West Virginia system. He threw for 3,864 yards, 37 touchdowns and just eight interceptions on the season. 

Some draft boards project Grier will be a late first-rounder. The increasing popularity of college-style spread offenses in the NFL could work to Grier's benefit.

Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State  

What is not to like? The Heisman Trophy finalist has very good size, a quick release and is extremely accurate, having completed 70.2 percent of his passes for 4,580 yards, 47 touchdowns and eight interceptions this year. He broke a 20-year-old Big Ten record for touchdown passes in a season set by Drew Brees. Haskins can also scramble, having rushed for 122 yards this season and 86 yards in limited action in 2017.

ESPN's Todd McShay said Urban Meyer probably has not had a more natural passer since Alex Smith, who played on Meyer's undefeated Utah team in 2014.

Justin Herbert, Oregon

Scouts believe he could be the top quarterback taken in 2019 and one of the top picks overall if he chooses to forego his senior season. There has been some speculation that the 6-foot-6 star would ultimately replace Eli Manning in New York. 

Herbert could use some work on his accuracy, as he completed just 59.6 percent of his passes this year for 2,985 yards, 28 touchdowns and eight interceptions. However, his size and arm strength have earned him comparisons to Carson Wentz.

Herbert is a smart kid, boasting a 4.07 grade-point average as a biology major.

Daniel Jones, Duke

Though he has plenty of experience and a great attitude, Jones will probably need to exceed expectations at the NFL Combine to sneak into the first round. In three seasons, Jones' statistics (47 touchdowns and 27 interceptions in 35 games) are not on the same level as other top prospects. But he is athletic, has good size and played for legendary quarterback guru David Cutcliffe at Duke. Cutcliffe also coached the Manning brothers in college.

NFL teams may see more potential in Jones than the other quarterbacks in this class.

Drew Lock, Missouri

ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. has raved about Lock because of his arm strength and his mobility. The senior can also run, having rushed for 145 yards and six touchdowns this season.

After a sluggish freshman year, Lock has improved his accuracy every year. He went from completing 49 percent of his passes in 2015 to completing 63.2 percent of them in 2018. He also threw for 3,125 yards, 25 touchdowns and eight interceptions against SEC defenses. In 2017, he set the SEC single-season touchdown pass record with 44 on the year. 

Lock has drawn comparisons to current Buffalo Bills rookie Josh Allen.