2021 QB Draft Ranking: Week 10

#1) Justin Fields – Ohio State

  • Previous Rank: #1
  • Trend: –

For the second straight week, Fields showed why he is a solid member of the 2021 QB Big 3 next to Lawrence and Lance. Posting a solid 300-yard game accompanied by 4 TDs from the air further showcased Field’s ability to play in a passing attack. He also showed off his accuracy and anticipation this week, though his running ability was not as great as what we saw against Nebraska.

#2) Kyle Trask – Florida

Florida quarterback Kyle Trask (11) looks for a receiver during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Missouri, Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020, in Gainesville, Fla. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
  • Previous Rank: #2
  • Trend: –

Statistically, Trask among the most dominant QBs so far in the nation. In only four games, he has managed to already crack 1,250+ passing yards, 18 TDs, and is ranked among the Top-25 in passing yardage, and Top-5 in Touchdowns thrown. Couple this with the fact he is not a particularly heavily used QB compared to the likes of Costello and Bo Nix, both of which have 50+ more attempts than Trask, and you can see just how efficient Trask can be if given the opportunity.

#3) Trevor Lawrence – Clemson (COVID)

#4) Zach Wilson – BYU

  • Previous Rank: #4
  • Trend: –

Wilson did not have a particularly strong game against Western Kentucky compared to the rest on the list, but he did do what was needed in order to lead his team to a pretty sizeable victory. his 56.3% completion percentage may scare some away from his performance, but there were pretty nice throws in that pile that were not necessarily his fault.

#5) Shane Buechele – SMU

  • Previous Rank: #5
  • Trend: –

I like Buechele, but I believe we have seen the peak of what he can do at the college level. 5 of his 7 games have been 300-yard games, which is nothing to scoff at, but he has not shown development or peeks of greatness that would get him into the Top-3. Personally I believe we have seen the best QB Buechele can be at the college level.

#6) Kellen Mond – Texas A&M

  • Previous Rank: #7
  • Trend: +1

Mond showed what he can do against weak opposition as he dissected the defense this week against Arkansas. He has flashes, but he is still inconsistent with decision-making.

#7) Ian Book – Notre Dame

  • Previous Rank: #8
  • Trend: +1

Let’s be honest, we have seen all we need to see to know what type of QB Ian Book is going to be. This game was no different.

#8) Brock Purdy – Iowa State

  • Previous Rank: #6
  • Trend: -2

Purdy is still plagued by his gunslinger tendencies that will leave anyone watching him scratching their heads as to why such an intelligent and high potential player makes such foolish lobs downfield.

#9) D’eriq King – Miami U (Bye)

#10) Asher O’Hara – Middle Tennessee

#11) Mac Jones – Alabama

  • Previous Rank: #14
  • Trend: +3

#12) Sam Ehlinger – Texas

  • Previous Rank: #11
  • Trend: -1

#13) Sam Hartman – Wake Forest

  • Previous Rank: #16
  • Trend: +3

#14) Chris Reynolds – Charlotte

  • Previous Rank: #12
  • Trend: -2

#15) Levi Lewis – Louisiana

  • Previous Rank: #18
  • Trend: +3

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