It's not just the quarterbacks, according to NFL.com's Gil Brandt. It's a "unique draft" with fewer future Pro Bowl selections in the top 10 picks than in drafts of the previous two years.
"Here's how I'd put it: Between 11 and 50, there's a lot of good players. But they're very close between 11 and 50," Brandt said. "And I'd say if you took the 45th player in 2013, he'd be slightly better than the 45th player in 2012."
It's a sentiment shared by NFL Network's Mike Mayock and other draft analysts regarding this year's crop.