Reesing is a top 20 in the Nation QB.
I would say.
Griffin made us look like imbeciles.
Bradford and McCoy are 1-2 in some order.
Griffin, Reesing & Robinson fall in the 3-5 category.
I have Arnaud 6th because he's a returning starter that showed he can play last year.
I would probably put Hawkins 7th just because he's been so inconsistent, but he could have a breakout year.
Jerrod Johnson is 8th because he did play alright filling in for McGee, but he might get beat out by Tannehill if they give him a shot at QB.
I haven't seen Coffman (KSU), Potts (TTU), Lee (Neb.) or Gabbert (Mizz) play, so I can't saty. Gabbert is suppose to be a stud though, so it wouldn't surprise me if his name is near the top of this list eventually.
I ranked Reesing fairly high, 4th I think, but in fairness I think there is a case to be made about him being overrated. They didn't play anyone in 2007 and he didn't really beat anyone of significance other than maybe Mizzou in 2008.
He's not terrible, but I could easily bump him down a tad too. But Top 20 QB in the nation? Mmm, not sure there...I could find 20 better I think.
That said, I'd take him at Michigan this year...lol.
if griffin could throw the ball he would be before reesing
I actually like how were realistic about how good Austen is. Unlike the Hawkeye fans they would have Stanzi right up at the top.
I think Austen will take a big leap by the end of the year. Give us 2 years and Tiller will be up there.
Austen threw for 2,792 yards and rushed for 401 add that together and thats 3,193 total yards of offense, with a quarterback rating of 127 sure griffin is going to have a better rating at 142 because he threw ONLY 267 pass attempts while austin threw 401 pass attemps subrtract that and 134 how many more times austen threw the ball. so yea in my opinion austin is in front of griffin and if griffen threw the ball 134 more times i would bet my life that he would have thrown a couple more picks.
so i do know what i am talking about :yes: