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Ranking FBS Starting QBs: 1 to 125

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Jordan Lynch has Heisman hype and Derek Carr has the last name, but David Fales (Football.com No. 11) is right there competing for our top non-BCS quarterback. Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images.
Jordan Lynch has Heisman hype and Derek Carr has the last name, but David Fales (Football.com No. 11) is right there competing for our top non-BCS quarterback. Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images.
Rank QB School Conference Class Passing Yds. Comp. % TD/INT
11 David Fales San Jose State MWC SR 4,193 72.5 33/9

More wins, more yards, more accurate. That's why he's the first MWC QB on the list. -JJ

Rank QB School Conference Class Passing Yds. Comp. % TD/INT
12 Jordan Lynch Northern Illinois MAC SR 3,138 60.2 25/6

Performance against Florida State in a BCS bowl aside, Lynch is second only to Johnny Manziel in his ability to put up video-game numbers as a dual-threat QB. -CS

Rank QB School Conference Class Passing Yds. Comp. % TD/INT
13 Taylor Martinez Nebraska Big Ten SR 2,871 62.0 23/12

Martinez has vastly improved his accuracy. He needs a Big Ten title to vault him into Top-10 territory. -JJ

Rank QB School Conference Class Passing Yds. Comp. % TD/INT
14 Bryn Renner North Carolina ACC SR 3,356 65.4 28/7

He's more accurate and he's won more games than Morris (Miami) and Thomas (Virginia Tech). He's thrown for more TDs as well. -JJ

Rank QB School Conference Class Passing Yds. Comp. % TD/INT
15 Chuckie Keeton Utah State MWC JR 3,373 67.6 27/9

Don't penalize him just because he posted his numbers in the WAC. Keeton can play. -JJ