Thursday, February 05, 2015

2014 Final Total QBR

The end of season top ten total quarterback ranking, plus other notable QB’s from a few major schools.

90.8 Marcus Mariota, Oregon
85.8 Blake Sims, Alabama
85.6 JT Barrett, Ohio State (injured)
82.9 Justin Thomas, Georgia Tech
82.9 Nick Marshall, Auburn
81.6 Kenny Hill, Texas A&M
80.4 Hutson Mason, Georgia (above)
79.6 Tyler Murphy, Boston College
79.4 Cody Kessler, Southern Cal (below)
75.7 (15) Dak Prescott, Mississippi State
74.9 (18) Bryce Petty, Baylor
74.5 (19) Jameis Winston, Florida State
72.2 (25) Everett Golson, Notre Dame
71.4 (29) Trevone Boykin, Texas Christian
61.1 (56) Bo Wallace, Ole Miss
56.4 (68) Maty Mauk, Missouri
53.9 (73) Tyrone Swoopes, Texas
50.2 (84) Devin Gardner, Michigan
49.2 (90) Cole Stoudt, Clemson
45.4 (97) Anthony Jennings, LSU
38.3 (112) Jeff Driskel, Florida
35.4 (118) Christian Hackenberg, Penn State

Heisman winner Marcus Mariota finished his career with three of the top 18 highest ratings of any QB since 2002. Each year he improved his score by 2.8 points. Had he returned for his senior year he surely would’ve added a fourth.

90.8 2014 08 junior
88.0 2013 11 sophomore
86.2 2012 18 freshman

After getting injured in the Michigan game, JT Barrett missed Ohio State’s three toughest opponents: Wisconsin, Alabama, and Oregon. Despite finishing ranked third in the country barrett will have to compete for a starting job next season.

Georgia Tech’s Justin Thomas led the ACC and UGA’s Hutson Mason led the resurgent SEC East. Four of the top eight rated QB’s were from the SEC.
Cody Kessler wears number six for USC. Hutson Mason wore number six at Lassiter High School, whose uniforms closely resemble USC (above).

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