Full Ride Power Rankings: 2013 Dual-Threat Quarterbacks

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The names Tommy Frazier, Denard Robinson and Terrelle Pryor conjure up images of the prototypical dual-threat quarterback—burning collegiate defenses with their arms and legs and, if need be, lining up at other positions as well.

Well, it's out with the old and in with the new, as a new crop of high school dual-threat signal-callers will step on campus in 2013, ready to make a name for themselves.

The lead "slash" player is J.T. Barrett, already committed to Ohio State, who will look to fill the shoes of the aforementioned Pryor. If throwing for 1,605 yards and running for 1,521 yards as a junior means anything, Barrett is poised to be a stud college product.

Joining Barrett on the top-five list of dual threats are a slew of big-time athletes from coast to coast.

Who are they? And, where will they enroll in August 2013? Watch this episode of Power Rankings and find out!

Watch More of Full Ride’s Power Rankings:

Top Quarterbacks led by USC commit Max Browne

Top Running Backs led by Oregon commit Thomas Tyner

Top Wide Receivers led by Robert Foster

Top Cornerbacks led by franchise cover-man Vernon Hargreaves III

Top Safeties led by the top athlete in the 2013 class Su'a Cravens

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