Thomas J. Russo-USA TODAY Sports
Middle of the pack..
This morning, Anthony Treash released his rankings for quarterbacks for all 130 FBS Schools.
In over 12,650 words, I ranked all 130 starting quarterbacks in the FBS: https://t.co/4D950c3AhY
Who is too high/low?
— Anthony Treash (@PFF_Anthony) August 18, 2020
Number 1 and Number 2 I think are pretty obvious. With Trevor Lawrence coming in at number 1 and Justin Fields coming in at #2.
“Purdue’s quarterback situation is in better shape than most make it out to be — it isn’t great, but it is by no means the reason for the team’s massive struggles. Plummer flashed some potential in his time as starter, taking care of the ball extremely well and posting the 11th-best negatively graded throw rate in college football. O’Connell came in when Plummer got hurt and showed that he can provide explosive plays for Purdue — he had a 5.8% big-time throw rate, which was over two percentage points more than Plummer. But he will be far less stable on a throw-for-throw basis than Plummer. Either way, Purdue is average at the position.”
For the rest of the Big Ten, this is how he ranked each Big Ten Starter:
#2. Justin Field – Ohio State
#12. Michael Penix Jr. – IU (I guess staying healthy is not part of the criteria?)
#14 Peyton Ramsey – Northwestern (Formerly IU)
#27. Jack Coan – Wisconsin
#54. Sean Clifford – Penn State
#58. Dylan McCaffrey – Michigan
#67. Brandon Peters – Illinois
#127. Josh Jackson – Maryland (Opted Out)
#129. Adrian Martinez – Nebraska