If you're a quarterback in the 2014 NFL Draft, you've likely heard your draft stock go from the highest of the highs to the lowest of the lows.
Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine already labeled Carr as the best "natural thrower" in the draft this year and it seems others are catching on. While there's still plenty of time left to see players on the pro day circuit, the signal-caller that teams most want to put through a private workout might just be the nation's leading passer from last year.
"That's a team that could be a sleeper team in the quarterback market," Jeremiah said about St. Louis.
And what's the draft for if not for a few surprises?