Tuesday, July 05, 2005

CFB 's Best quarterbacks


These are college football's best quarterbacks, not pro prospects, these rankings are based on their ability to run their respective college offense, and achievements attained or ability to attain.

1. Matt Leinart, USC- Not only college football's best quarterback, but the best pro prospect this year and last.
2. Omar Jacobs, Bowling Green- Jacobs has a chance to lead the nation in yards and tds.
3. Reggie McNeal, Texas A& M- Best dual-threat quarterback in college football.
4. Drew Tate, Iowa- Will be the Big Ten's best offensive player, again.
5. Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh- If Coach Wannstedt does not alter the offense to much, could be the best quarterback in the nation in 2006.
6. Bruce Gradkowski, Toledo- Along with Jacobs, continues the recent tradition of great MAC quarterbacks.
7. Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt- If Cutler played for Tennessee or Florida, he would be a legitimate Heisman contender.
8. Brad Smith, Missouri- Terrible junior year has overshadowed how good Smith is.
9. Darrell Hackney, UAB- Unsung quarterback should have a tremendous year, lookout Volunteers.
10. Chris Leak, Florida- Could shine in Urban Meyer's spread offense, but is more suited for a pro-style offense.
11. Vince Young, Texas- Gifted runner and average passer, that has been over-hyped by his great game against an over-matched Michigan defense in the Rose Bowl.
12. Clint Marks, Middle Tennessee State- Accurate passer gets no respect playing in the Sun Belt.

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