10 QB prospects the Cowboys could draft to replace Dak Prescott in 2025

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No. 8: Drew Allar, Penn State

At 6-foot-5, 243-pounds, Allar is a physical specimen at the QB position. His strong arm and sturdy build will keep him in many conversations regardless of how the 2024 campaign unfolds.

Allar's touchdown to interception ratio of 25:2 indicates good decision making but his accuracy on deep balls is often poor and he frequently leans on his arm strength to fit passes through windows indicating that ratio isn't repeatable in 2024.

Allar has the raw skills but needs development. He looks like an NFL QB but will take time.

No. 9: Jaxson Dart, Ole Miss

Jaxon Dart, 6-foot-2, 220-pounds is another Day 2 prospect who should fall into the Cowboys range. A true dual threat QB, Dart doesn’t have elite speed but he has a knack for the run. He scrambles well but takes too many sacks.

Dart has high-end arm talent that can deliver the ball everywhere on the field from different arm angles while off-platform. Good accuracy and good pre-snap reads but he rarely goes through progressions and often targets his first read. He plays in a scheme-heavy offense and will likely need the same at the next level.