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Ranking FBS Starting QBs: 1 to 125

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Off an unbeaten season and playing within Urban Meyer's system, Braxton Miller (Football.com No. 7) still can't crack the Top 5. What does that say about this year's QB crop? Photo by David Dermer/Diamond Images/Getty Images.
Off an unbeaten season and playing within Urban Meyer's system, Braxton Miller (Football.com No. 7) still can't crack the Top 5. What does that say about this year's QB crop? Photo by David Dermer/Diamond Images/Getty Images.
Rank QB School Conference Class Passing Yds. Comp. % TD/INT
6 Teddy Bridgewater Louisville American JR 3,718 68.5 27/8

Posted great numbers and got the big BCS win over Florida. -JJ

Rank QB School Conference Class Passing Yds. Comp. % TD/INT
7 Braxton Miller Ohio State Big Ten JR 2,039 58.3 15/6

Great athlete. But his numbers last year are a mirror image of Denard Robinson in 2010. That's a freak athlete, not a Top-5 QB. -JJ

Rank QB School Conference Class Passing Yds. Comp. % TD/INT
8 Marcus Mariota Oregon Pac-12 SO 2,677 68.5 32/6

We may never see as many freshmen dominate the way they did in 2012. -JJ

Rank QB School Conference Class Passing Yds. Comp. % TD/INT
9 Derek Carr Fresno State MWC SR 4,104 67.3 37/7

MWC tri-champ and 4,000 passing yards, all with a torn abdominal muscle. Not too shabby. Let's see what he can do healthy. -JJ

Rank QB School Conference Class Passing Yds. Comp. % TD/INT
10 Rakeem Cato Marshall C-USA JR 4,201 69.5 37/11

Gaudy numbers need to translate to more than five wins. That said, he's a special talent. -JJ