https://athlonsports.com/college-football/sec-quarterback-rankings-2019 Not sure if this list from Athlon had a thread yet. 1. Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama 2. Jake Fromm, Georgia 3. Kellen Mond, Texas A&M 4. Feleipe Franks, Florida 5. Kelly Bryant, Missouri 6. Joe Burrow, LSU 7. Jake Bentley, South Carolina 8. Jarrett Guarantano, Tennessee 9. Keytaon Thompson, Mississippi State 10. Matt Corral, Ole Miss 11. Joey Gatewood, Auburn 12. Terry Wilson, Kentucky 13. Ben Hicks, Arkansas 14. Riley Neal, Vanderbilt The SEC might be the deepest conference for quarterbacks in 2019. Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa is one of the frontrunners to win the Heisman Trophy this season, and Georgia's Jake Fromm is expected to push for All-America honors. Texas A&M's Kellen Mond, Florida's Feleipe Franks and Missouri's Kelly Bryant round out the top five. The league's depth extends to the middle of the rankings with proven options like South Carolina's Jake Bentley and Tennessee's Jarrett Guarantano. Ranking the quarterbacks by conference or nationally is no easy task. To help compile the rankings, there was some projection involved for 2019. This was not a ranking of quarterbacks only based on accomplishments so far or pro potential. All factors - pure talent, supporting cast, having a clear hold on the No. 1 position, previous production, 2019 projection and scheme changes (just to name a few) - were considered and projected to rank the quarterbacks in the SEC for 2019. ----------------------- I guess that ranking is their view on how good they think the QB will be perceived to be. # 1 is pretty obvious and as far as Franks I would probably have him about # 5 or # 6 as I think Bryant should be placed ahead of him going into the season. Believe it or not SC had the 4th most passing yards per game in the SEC and were like 25th in the FBS I think. Another surprising stat was Joe Burrow had more rushing yards than Franks and the same amount of rushing TDs.