QB Draft Rankings: Week 6

#1) Jake Fromm – Georgia (Bye)

Bye Week

#2) Tua Tagovailoa – Alabama

  • Previous Rank: #2
  • Trend: –

Tua’s game against Ole Miss showed a lot of good aspects of his game, including his quick release, vision, and ability to zip the ball into tight windows. It also saw the return of his bad habit of staring down receivers.

#3) Kellen Mond – Texas A&M

  • Previous Rank: #5
  • Trend: +2

Mond had the pleasure of playing against an improved pass rush in Arkansas, but managed to maintain his level of composure, and ability to play at an effective level.

#4) Anthony Gordon – Washington State

  • Previous Rank: #9
  • Trend: +5

Gordon’s losing effort against Utah did not go without some positives for the young QB. For one, Gordon showcased his exceptional touch on the pass and how well he can dictate trajectory on his throws. His accuracy was also a huge plus throughout the game, and definitely shows he does not fold to adversity.

#5) Nate Stanley – Iowa

  • Previous Rank: #3
  • Trend: -2

While Stanley did not have a poor game against Mid Tennessee, Gordon’s ability to play against a tough opponent highlighted Stanley’s complacency in last week’s game. He showed what he needed to do, but once again Stanley has issue hitting the deep passes.

#6) Joe Burrow – LSU (Bye)

  • Previous Rank: #6
  • Trend: –

#7) Jalen Hurts – Oklahoma

  • Previous Rank: #14
  • Trend: +7

Hurts continues to climb with his explosiveness and ability to sling the ball. While the mental aspect of his game is still developing and a huge question mark right now, it is no mistake if given the opportunity, Hurts can lob the ball anywhere on the field with electric accuracy and fire on the pass.

#8) Sam Ehlinger – Texas (Bye)

  • Previous Rank: #8
  • Trend: –

#9) Mason Fine – North Texas

  • Previous Rank: #16
  • Trend: +7

Fine is a fascinating QB to watch and scout compared to his peers. Unlike others on this list, North Texas does not rely heavily on Fine to lead the offense, instead having him run a game manager role. Because of this, Fine does not have much film compared to others. What you can see is a mature and patient QB standing under center who can do what is needed of him when the time comes, though it remains to be seen what happens when a team really needs to lean on him.

#10) Justin Herbert – Oregon (Bye)

  • Previous Rank: #10
  • Trend: –

#11) Steven Montez – Colorado (Bye)

  • Previous Rank: #11
  • Trend: –

#12) Charlie Brewer – Baylor

  • Previous Rank: #18
  • Trend: +6

#13) Cole McDonald – Hawai’i

  • Previous Rank: #19
  • Trend: +6

#14) Jacob Eason – Washington

  • Previous Rank: #21
  • Trend: +7

#15) Kelly Bryant – Missouri (Bye)

  • Previous Rank: #15
  • Trend:

#16) Jordan Love – Utah State

  • Previous Rank: #7
  • Trend: -9

#17) Ryan Willis – Virginia Tech

  • Previous Rank: #12
  • Trend: -5

#18) Jack Abraham – Southern Miss

  • Previous Rank: #26
  • Trend: +8

#19) Jon Wassink – Western Michigan

  • Previous Rank: #24
  • Trend: +5

#20) Jack Coan – Wisconsin

  • Previous Rank: #23
  • Trend: +3

Everyone Else:

  • #21) Shane Buechele – SMU (+11)
  • #22) Stephen Calvert – Liberty (+8)
  • #23) Kaleb Barker – Troy (+4)
  • #24) Carter Stanley – Kansas (-2)
  • #25) Jarrett Guarrantano – Tennessee (Bye)
  • #26) Gresch Jensen – Texas State (+11)
  • #27) Brady White – Memphis (+9)
  • #28) Dan Ellington – Georgia State (Bye)
  • #29) Levi Lewis – Louisiana (+2)
  • #30) Anthony Brown – Boston College (+5)
  • #31) Brandon Jones – UTEP (+8)
  • #32) J’Mar Smith – Louisiana Tech (+2)
  • #33) Ross Bowers – Northern Illinois (+10)
  • #34) Kato Nelson – Akron (*)
  • #35) Ian Book – Notre Dame (*)
  • #36) Anthony Russo – Temple (+4)
  • #37) Josh Jackson – Maryland (+7)
  • #38) Drew Plitt – Ball State (Bye)
  • #39) Nathan Rourke – Ohio (Bye)
  • #40) Ryan Agnew – San Diego State (Bye)
  • #41) Dustin Crum – Kent State (Bye)
  • #42) Darius Wade – Bowling Green (Bye)
  • #43) James Morgan – FIU (Bye)

Statuses:

  • D’eriq King (#5)- Houston – Redshirt
  • Tylan Morton (#41) – South Alabama – Benched
  • Jake Bentley (#9) – South Carolina – Injured
  • Quinten Dormady (#38) – Central Michigan – Injured
  • McLane Carter (#35) – Rutgers – Injured
  • Steven Duncan (#33) – Western Kentucky – Benched
  • Logan Bonner (#29) – Arkansas State – Injured
  • K.J. Costello (#13) – Stanford – Injured
  • Elijah Sindelar (#17) – Purdue – Injured
  • Khalil Tate (#20) – Arizona – Injured

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