NCAA Football 13 Player Ratings: Matt Barkley and the Best Offensive Stars
NCAA Football 13 released on Tuesday, and one of the first things everyone who gets their copy will do is check out the individual player ratings.
Player ratings are always a fascinating part of sports games, and this year's edition has its share of underrated and overrated players.
Let's look at three-star quarterbacks who are fantastic in this year's game.
Matt Barkley, QB, USC
The USC quarterback will be a Heisman Trophy candidate this season and is the best quarterback in the game.
Barkley has a 98 overall rating and can make any throw no matter the situation. His accuracy and arm strength is phenomenal, and he will make the Trojans one of the best teams to play with if you are someone who likes passing on nearly every play.
Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas
Wilson will be relied on to lead Arkansas to an SEC championship this season, and that's exactly what Razorbacks fans will attempt to win while playing NCAA Football 13.
Wilson has a 94 overall rating and is one of the top pocket passers in the game. His ability to move in the pocket is also impressive.
If you want to play with an SEC team and love to pass the ball often, then Arkansas should be your first choice.
Denard Robinson, QB, Michigan
The Wolverines star is one of the most complete quarterbacks in this year's game and can make plays like a running back in the open field or stand in the pocket and complete passes consistently.
He has a 93 overall rating and is the best quarterback to use if you haven't played the NCAA Football series much before.
Robinson is the complete package and arguably the best quarterback in this year's game because there's nothing he can't do. He can dominate in the passing or running game.
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