LSU QB Joe Burrow continues to make the argument to why he deserves to be considered the best QB prospect in college. Another QB makes a sizable drop out of the top 5 this week.
It finally happened. After many weeks of being held back by the likes of Costello and Fromm, Tagovailoa now sits as the only top QB from the preseason who has yet to have a poor performance as of now.
Gordon showcased his exceptional touch on the pass and how well he can dictate trajectory on his throws.
#1) Jake Fromm - Georgia Previous Rank: #1Trend: - Not only did Fromm have arguably the toughest opponent of the highly ranked opponents, but he managed to show out in the game against #7 Notre Dame. going 20 for 26, Fromm made sure not to overcompensate on his stats and did exactly what he needed... Continue Reading →
K.J. Costello's injury opened up the top spot to be taken for the week, and none other than Fromm moves up to claim the top spot until Stanford's QB returns.
The Big 3 remain unchanged from my preseason ranks as Costello still showed his unmatched level of intelligence compared to his peers, and Fromm and Tua both displayed similar levels of development and improvement to their game.