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Ranking the Top 5 QBs in the SEC for 2014-15

Top 5 QBs in the SEC for 2014-15

Nick Marshall
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The SEC will be one of the best conferences in the 2014-15 college football season once again, but there are a lot of questions about the quarterbacks. We will be seeing a lot of new faces and it will be interesting to see how the top teams do with a new QB. With that, we look at the top five QBs in the SEC for the upcoming season.

5. Jeff Driskel, Florida

Jeff Driskel, Florida
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5. Jeff Driskel, Florida

Jeff Driskel, Florida
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Jeff Driskel went down with a season-ending injury last year. After that, the Gators pretty much crumbled. Driskel is probably not going to put up Heisman like numbers, but he is a veteran in this conference. A new offensive coordinator could help him out a lot in 2014.

4. Jacob Coker, Alabama

Jacob Coker, Alabama
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4. Jacob Coker, Alabama

Jacob Coker, Alabama
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There is no guarantee that Jacob Coker will start for the entire season, but he has the talent to start the first game. Coker does not have a whole lot of playing experience at the quarterback position, but he plays for Alabama, which means a solid backfield will take plenty of pressure off of him.

3. Bo Wallace, Ole Miss

Bo Wallace, Ole Miss
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3. Bo Wallace, Ole Miss

Bo Wallace, Ole Miss
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Bo Wallace is coming off of a pretty good season in which he threw for 3,346 yards, 18 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. He also ran for 355 yards and six more TDs. Needless to say, he is one of the more experienced QBs in the SEC, and Ole Miss is on the rise. Both could lead to a great season for Wallace.

2. Dak Prescott, Mississippi State

Dak Prescott, Mississippi State
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2. Dak Prescott, Mississippi State

Dak Prescott, Mississippi State
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Mississippi State is another team on the rise. As for Dak Prescott, he threw for 1,940 yards, 10 TDs and seven interceptions last year. He also had 829 yards on the ground and 13 TDS. May I remind you that Prescott missed two games.

1. Nick Marshall, Auburn

Nick Marshall, Auburn
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1. Nick Marshall, Auburn

Nick Marshall, Auburn
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Who knows if Nick Marshall will have the most productive season out of all of the SEC QBs in 2014-15, but he is definitely the best QB entering the year. Marshall racked up 1,976 yards, 14 TDs and six interceptions this past season. It’s important to note that he also had 1,068 rushing yards and 12 TDs. Marshall also helped lead Auburn to the national championship game.