Who are the early favorites for the 2019 Quarterback Class? Our Early Top 5
5. Jacob Eason, Washington
Eason transferred from Georgia to Washington after the wonderful performance from Freshman QB Jake Fromm. But he put up good numbers for a freshman in the SEC conference throwing for 55 percent completion, 2,430 yards and 16 touchdowns to 8 interceptions with little help from his wide outs.
4. Deondre Francois, Florida State
Francois is coming off a year where he was hurt in the opening game and missed the rest of his sophomore year. His Freshmen year He totaled 59 percent completion rate with 3,350 yards and 20 to 7 touchdown to interception ratio. I’m looking for him to be around 30 touchdowns.
3. Jarrett Stidham, Auburn
Stidham was one of the best quarterbacks in the SEC, A Baylor transfer who threw for over 65 percent completion rate to go along with over 3 thousand yards and 18 to 6 touchdown ratio. I would like to see him throw for more yards and touchdowns this season if he were to leave for the NFL Draft.
2. Will Grier, West Virginia
Grier is someone I like to watch. He impressed me with the accuracy and power he holds. He had a very good year throwing for over 64 percent completion rate to go with over 3,400 yards and 34 to 12 touchdown to interception ratio with not much help from his wide receivers and tight ends.
1. Drew Lock, Missouri
Lock is the best quarterback at the moment in college football. With not much going for him in the run game it was up to Lock to make things happen, If you look at last seasons stats you would be impressed. But look deeper and he has gotten better each and every year. Without a true threat at receiver. He has the power to make any throw in the NFL, But he will need to work on accuracy and progression quickness.