Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Week 9 Total QB Rating

Total QB rating for selected SEC, ACC, and nationally discussed quarterbacks of note. Players and teams discussed nationally as well as opponents of UGA, Georgia Tech, and Clemson. Like Oklahoma's Kyler Murray (above), star of the gridiron and diamond.
I know, more stats? Must I report these every week? One big change this week is Jake Fromm's climb up the ranking. Another is Paul Johnson's decision to start the 113th ranked QB over the 32nd best? More on that decision later this week.
Something else to look forward to: which punter leads the nation? And how does Tech sophomore Pressley Harbin rank? Stay tuned. But now, how about another rant...
These days if a player doesn’t like the college he picked (i.e. he’s not getting enough playing time), he can place his wants and desires ahead of the team and transfer. The new four game redshirt rule only exacerbates the problem.  If you can’t make it at Alabama, transfer to South Florida. If you’re Clemson and Bama beats you in the Playoff Semifinal due to poor QB play, you recruit the top QB in the country. He beats out the senior starter with a horrendous QB Rating, and the senior transfers to SEC doormat Arkansas. Some, like Ryan Finley, transfer more than once.

1. 97.3 Tua Tagovailoa, #1 ranked Alabama
2. 97.2 Kyler Murray, Oklahoma dual threat (above)
4. 84.5 Ryan Finley, NC State transferred twice
5. 83.9 Dwayne Haskins, 10th ranked Ohio State
6. 83.0 Will Grier, West Virginia senior
10. 81.4 Jake Fromm, 6th ranked Georgia
13. 78.9 Shea Patterson, 5th ranked Michigan
16. 78.1 Shai Werts, Georgia Southern option QB
17. 77.7 McKenzie Milton, 12th ranked Central Florida
19. 77.6 Ian Book, 4th ranked Notre Dame
24. 76.6 Trevor Lawrence, 2nd ranked Clemson (freshman)
26. 76.2 Jarrett Guarantano, Tennessee
27. 76.1 Drew Lock, Missouri senior
29. 75.7 Jake Browning, Washington senior
32. 74.3 Tobias Oliver, Georgia Tech ACC rookie of the week
42. 68.0 Joe Burrow, 3rd ranked LSU (transfer)
45. 65.1 Jake Bentley, South Carolina
46. 65.1 Malik Rosier, Miami
48. 64.5 Trace McSorley, two loss Penn State media darling
55. 61.9 Nathan Elliott, North Carolina
58. 61.3 Feleipe Franks, two loss Florida
63. 58.6 Bryce Perkins, Virginia
66. 58.3 Anthony Brown, Boston College dual threat
00. 54.7 Brandon Wimbush, Notre Dame dual threat
78. 53.8 Jarrett Stidham, Auburn transfer
80. 53.4 Alex Hornibrook, Wisconsin
87. 51.2 Dan Ellington, Georgia State dual threat
89. 50.9 Khalil Tate, Arizona dual threat
97. 47.7 Deondre Francois, FSU dual threat
000. 45.8 Malik Cunningham, Louisville dual threat
000. 44.0 Chazz Surratt, North Carolina dual threat
000. 43.0 Jawon Pass, Louisville dual threat
113. 41.2 TaQuon Marshall dual threat
114. 41.2 Kelly Bryant, Clemson dual threat

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