Top 5 SEC Quarterbacks Entering Spring Practice

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Nov 22, 2014; Knoxville, TN, USA; Tennessee Volunteers quarterback Joshua Dobbs (11) during warm ups prior to the game against the Missouri Tigers at Neyland Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

Honorable Mention

We can’t put every talented quarterback in our five, thus there would be no point of a list. So, here’s the best quarterbacks outside of our top five guys that very well could surpass our five by the end of the season.

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Joshua Dobbs-Tennessee

I really struggled to not include Dobbs in this list. He’s very smart and talented, and he quarterbacks an offense designed to make him and his backs look good. Dobbs has shown that he can handle himself as an SEC quarterback in the past two years, but he has also struggled against more competitive teams. Dobbs will look to show us more this season, as he leads a young and talented Tennessee offense.

Brice Ramsey-Georgia

Ramsey is another young guy looking to step up into the starting role and be the next consistent Georgia quarterback. Brice’s freshman year went well as he backed up Hutson Mason, who started at Georgia for a few years. Georgia always seems to have a guy who can win games, and by the looks of things, Ramsey is their next guy.

Anthony Jennings-LSU

Jennings showed promise for the Tigers. He and quarterback, Brandon Harris, battled for time throughout the season, but in the end, Jennings showed the most consistency. LSU has a tough, yet promising season ahead of them, and along side a very talented running back in Leonard Fournette, Jennings could really show his talents in this upcoming season.

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