College football Saturday is only one day away. We are taking a look at some of the best quarterback in the country. The mission is to showcase the top 25 quarterbacks that every college football fan must see. There will be great football played all across the country, and we have entered an era of the most prolific offenses in the history of college football. We are counting from 1-25.
Of course there are going to be a lot of familiar names on the list. However, some of the players haven’t even taken a snap in college football yet, but when they do, their expectations to succeed will be through the roof.
You can be upset if your favorite player from your favorite team doesn’t make the list. If you think a name should be on the composite list, let Top 10+1 know it will be placed under careful consideration.
This time we are counting up. No more of that countdown nonsense. Let’s prepare to debate.
Now, here’s the first five of the top 25 college quarterbacks to see.
21. Derek Carr- Fresno State- Derek Carr was a sleeper for the Heisman race to start the season, but if last night was any indication, he will be visiting New York in December. In route to an overtime victory over Rutgers Carr completed 53-74 passes with 5 touchdowns. He also had 470 yards.
22. Stephen Morris- Miami- After throwing for more than 3300 yards last season, Morris is ready to be a household name in college football. He has a smooth delivery and receivers to make plays for the Hurricanes. They begin the season on Friday against Florida Atlantic.
23. Logan Thomas- Virginia Tech- Last season Logan Thomas and Virginia Tech had a rough season. They begin with a huge statement game against Alabama. It’s interesting to see how he fares this weekend. Thomas needs to make plays with his legs and arm this season.
24. Trevor Knight- Oklahoma- In an upset, Trevor Knight won the starting job over Blake Bell. Will the Sooners still use Bell in short yardage situations? Trevor Knight has fantastic running skills as well as being a polished thrower. He faces Louisiana-Monroe on Saturday.
25. Sean Mannion- Oregon State- Sean Mannion won the starting job over Cody Vaz, but that may not be the right decision. At least Oregon State made a decision before the start of the season. Unlike USC, where both quarterbacks did not fare well, Mannion will receive the ball as the sole starter. They play Eastern Washington on Saturday.
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