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SEC - I think you can best rank them in tiers, I think Mauk and Prescott are a little ahead of everyone else and then there is a clump of guys just below them who are decent, but I doubt would be described as good or great by their fanbases. After that you've got the unknowns and just plain bad QBs. I've got Nick Marshall kind of off to the side (NOT 3rd), because I don't think he would play QB for any school other than Auburn, but he is a great fit for the zone read.
M. Mauk (So. RS) – Missouri
D. Prescott (Jr. RS) – Miss. State
? Nick Marshall (Sr.) - Auburn ?
B. Wallace (Sr.) – Ole Miss
M. Smith (Jr. RS) – Kentucky
D. Thompson (Sr. RS) South Carolina
J. Driskel (Sr.) - Florida
B. Alllen (Jr. RS) – Arkansas
H. Mason (Sr.) - Georgia
????????????? - Alabama
A. Jennings (So.) – LSU
M. Joeckel (Sr. RS) – Texas A&M
J. Worley (Sr.) – Tennessee
P. Robinette (So. RS) – Vanderbilt
Jameis clear number 1 of course. After that it's pretty much a toss up. A lot of new QB's next year.
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Way too early to rank, but I agree with your top 2 in the SEC. I have no idea who will end up winning the starting job at A&M, much less most of the others that are open.
Pac 12 is absolutely loaded
Rest don't matter.
Our quarterback does front flips, suck it.
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