ESPN's Todd McShay (who spent some time as a quarterback at Richmond himself) recently updated his top 32 NFL Draft prospects, and released his top 10 at each position.
His top 10 quarterbacks include Kyle Lauletta, who comes in at No. 8 on the list.
Lauletta improved his already rising stock at the Senior Bowl, winning Most Outstanding Player honors after a three-touchdown performance. He was already a target of NFL scouts, but the performance opened a few eyes outside the scouting world, too.
Given the NFL's lack of starting caliber quarterbacks, his stock is likely to continue to rise as his exposure grows. McShay lists four quarterbacks in his top 32 prospects, and many mock drafts have as many as six quarterbacks picked in the first round.
Lauletta is in a great place heading into the draft. Right now it's likely he'll be an early- or mid-round selection by a team that has an aging veteran or quarterback set to hit free agency. He should be able to take some time to adjust to the NFL game before he gets the chance to prove he can be a starter.
Here's McShay's top 10 QBs in the draft:
1. Sam Darnold, USC (No. 2 overall)
2. Josh Rosen, UCLA (No. 3 overall)
3. Josh Allen, Wyoming (No. 14 overall)
4. Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma (No. 19 overall)
5. Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State
6. Lamar Jackson, Louisville
7. Luke Falk, Washington State
8. Kyle Lauletta, Richmond
9. Kurt Benkert, Virginia
10. Mike White, Western Kentucky