Tyler Bruggman, Corwin Cutler, Chad Kanoff, Max Staver, Robert Mitchell, Brendan Marshall, Parker McLeod and Isaac Dotson.
Those eight pro-style quarterbacks were among the 41 ranked above Baker Mayfield in the 2013 recruiting class (247Sports). That octet had zero FBS passing touchdowns and zero passing yards in their college careers. Combined. Mayfield had 131 touchdowns and 14,607 yards. By himself.
Mayfield, a three-star prospect from Austin, Texas, was the 42nd-ranked pro-style quarterback and 1,029th-ranked overall player in the 2013 class. He had zero Power Five offers and passed on a few Group of Five offers to accept a preferred walk-on opportunity at Texas Tech. After a year in Lubbock and four at Oklahoma, the once-overlooked prospect left college football as the most productive passer from the entire 2013 class and one of the most productive in college football history.
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Mayfield had more passing yards than 24 of the quarterbacks ranked ahead of him combined (not including No. 12 Kohl Stewart, who opted for a baseball career). And he had more passing touchdowns than 26 of the quarterbacks ranked ahead of him.
Here are the 41 pro-style quarterbacks ranked ahead of Baker Mayfield in the 2013 recruiting class: