| at #17. Yes, you may be able to get the guy there, but if he's the guy you've decided is the guy to go forward with, you may not. The position is too important to dick around with: if you think Jones or Lock is the guy then go get him. If you're playing value games with the QB of the future then it's representative of an underlying doubt in the viability of the candidate, and you probably shouldn't be picking the candidate just to fill a need.
If they need to take a QB, I'm leaning to just trading Rosen if the cost is the rumored 3rd this year, and a conditional 2020 pick. Simply because the opportunity cost is so much less. If Rosen comes sits for a year and is a dick (which fundamentally is probably the main issue with Rosen: his fragility is overblown he took a beating last year), then move on with no cap hit and it's cost you only a 3rd, and you can draft someone next year.
To me this QB class is 2011 redux. People convinced themselves that Locker, Gabbert, and Ponder were somehow first half of the 1st round picks. Murray is clearly talented but the size is a major concern (especially when the OL will be more compressed in the NFL) as is the one season of starts, Haskins has potential but has very few starts, Lock's mechanics are all over the shop and Jones processes the field slowly and floats the deep out.