Three QBs to watch in 2016 season

There is no doubt that all schools this season have exceptional quarterbacks on their teams’ offense. They all have their special quality that defines them. The following three are exceptional in what they do and are promising candidates for a bright future. They are the QBs to watch in this 2016 season.

Jarrett Guarantano – Tennessee

Guarantano is the highest-rated QB recruit to Knoxville since 2005.  Fans of Tennessee have reasons to be excited of having him under center. Guarantano has great skills when it comes to accuracy from the pocket an on the run and is remarkably good at reading defenses. 

It is clear that Joshua Dobbs in the team gives great reliability but the truth is that Guarantano could take his place in the 2017 season.  This is Joshua Dobbs senior year in Tennessee. In the meantime, Guarantano says he is getting on his touch throws and also “getting the footwork down to match it”.

Shea Patterson – Ole Miss

Patterson is the No.1 QB enrolled at Ole Miss and an almost sure candidate to get into the SEC West title race. With Chad Kelly’s return to the main team, this might take a little while though.  This does not mean we should take the eye of Patterson.  He will have a full year with the rebels to show himself as a great successor to Kelly as the starter.

Jacob Eason – Georgia

Jacob Eason will be entering the team almost immediately. However, Greyson Lambert’s return will mean that we will probably see little action from Eason.  It is clear though that Eason has the potential to lead the Georgia bulldogs to an SEC title, which is not seen in Lambert.

 

 

 

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