Derek Carr, QB, Las Vegas Raiders
According to FantasyPros, Carr is the 14th quarterback off the board with an ADP of 107. Carr has real top-10 potential, though, with offensive wizard Josh McDaniels in charge and All-Pro wide receiver Davante Adams on board. Last season, only two of Carr's wideouts played in at least 16 games (Hunter Renfrow and Bryan Edwards). Carr should be a QB1 with ease if Adams, tight end Darren Waller, and the majority of his weapons remain on the field.
Trey Lance, QB, San Francisco 49ers
Lance isn't exactly flying under the radar because the second-year quarterback in San Francisco will be expected to step into Jimmy Garoppolo's shoes. However, he is still now valued as a QB13, and because of his legs, he has top-10 upside. Kyle Shanahan may increase the 6.3 rushes per game that Lance averaged in 2021 as he reworks the offense to better suit his athletic signal-caller. Lance is the quarterback you want if you want to wait until the 10th round or later to select a QB with potential.