The SEC may not have the quarterback prowess of the Big 12, but it’s a pretty good conference for quarterbacks nonetheless.
The quality of quarterbacks in the conference will certainly improve with the addition of Missouri and Texas A&M.
With guys like Tyler Wilson and Aaron Murray leading the way, the quarterback play is sure to be stellar in 2012.
So, where does a dual-threat quarterback like Missouri’s James Franklin fit in to the hierarchy of SEC quarterbacks?
Let’s take a look at how the eight certain SEC starters stack up.
(Note: I won’t rank the schools that are currently in the midst of preseason QB battles. I’ll wait and see how those battles play out before ranking those quarterbacks.)