Position: Quarterback - Strong Arm Pocket PasserCollege: North Dakota State (FCS)Position Rank: Age: 20 | Height: 6'4 | Weight: 225 lbsNFL Size Comparison: Tom Brady QB at a Glance: Solid player capable of sending a ball to the moon, but has glaring issues that hinder his otherwise great body of work PASSINgMEntalPhysicalEye Discipline - BMobility... Continue Reading →
#1) Justin Fields - Ohio State Previous Rank: #1Trend: - 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... Continue Reading →
#1) Justin Fields - Ohio State Previous Rank: NRTrend: - Big Ten football officially started this week, finally allowing us to see the skills of Justin Fields, the other QB in this year's draft besides Trevor Lawrence. He was almost perfect in his season debut, as he threw 20 for 21 and 274 yards. The... Continue Reading →
#1) Trevor Lawrence - Clemson Previous Rank: #2Trend: +1 Trevor Lawrence had a phenominal game against Miami, and showed the entire nation that while Miami may be a good football team, Clemson is still in a league of it's own. Lawrence himself threw for over 300 yards and had himself 3 TDs to go with... Continue Reading →
#1) Sam Ehlinger - Texas Previous Rank: #1Trend: - Texas's loss to TCU all but eliminates the Big XII from Playoff contention, but at the very least Ehlinger showed some good QB play during the upset. The best takeaway from this game is Ehlinger's ability to locate the blitz, and good maneuvering within the pocket.... Continue Reading →
#1)Sam Ehlinger - Texas Previous Rank: #4Trend: +3 Aside from Texas-Texas Tech being an early contender for game of the year, Ehlinger was asked to throw the ball forty times in a comeback win to keep the Longhorns from getting upset. In addition to 262 yards over the air, Ehlinger racked up 5 TDs. This... Continue Reading →
With the Big Ten conference officially returning to football, this week sees a huge spike in the number of QBs who are listed. As per my rules posted in Week 1, the Big Ten QBs who were ranked are returning to the rankings in the exact same spot they left in the preseason. Because of this, we see a some players drop and climb much higher or lower than what would normally occur.
Week 2 of the college football season saw many conferences finally kick off their seasons such as the ACC and the Big XII. Trevor Lawrence continues to show why he is the undisputed best QB in the nation, and Levi Lewis manages a huge upset that propels him into the top 10.
The 2020 College football season promises to be one of the most unusual seasons we will ever witness.
#1) Trevor Lawrence - Clemson(Jr.) What I Like: Great vision on the field and understanding to pick a part coverages, useful mobility and playmaking, Intelligent approach to leading the passing attack, mature sense of timing and taking care of the ball, quick on reads and progressionMy Concerns: Has moments of poor ball placement, often keeping... Continue Reading →