This year, I don't believe there are any 5* QBs, which is very unusual. The thing about football, unlike basketball, is simply that ratings are based on play in and against completely different environments/competition for every single team. Some play really tough competition (e.g. Miami-Dade), and thus are consistently underrated. Others play pathetically weak competition (e.g. California), and thus are frequently overrated. Mullen has shown an excellent ability to (1) identify lower rated QBs who can play, and (2) most importantly, develop their abilities effectively. Although it's pretty unusual with QBs, most 5* athletes at other positions are simply such superior athletes that they overwhelm their opposition. Aside from those very rare kids, there's usually not a heck of a lot of difference between a 3* & a 4* regarding athletic ability, which is vital.