Fantasy Football 2014: Outlook for Draft’s Top 5 Quarterbacks

Jimmy Garoppolo is a small-school wonder from Eastern Illinois who is making some serious waves prior to the draft.
Garoppolo is probably slated to go anywhere between the first and third round.
Considering he comes from a small school, Garoppolo will probably be worked in slowly for whatever team that eventually drafts him. Garoppolo has a strong arm and a quick release that many teams covet.
Since he is from the same college, people will constantly compare him to Tony Romo, and you know what? Is that such a bad thing? Romo, for all his warts for not coming up clutch in real life, is a fantastic fantasy quarterback.
Garoppolo has the ceiling of a Tony Romo with the floor of, say, a Christian Ponder.
Obviously, for seasonal leagues, Garoppolo should be avoided on draft day, but in keeper/dynasty leagues, he should be worth the late-round investment in the hopes he breaks out in two or three years.

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