There has been an ample supply of successful quarterbacks throughout the history of the Southeastern Conference. Cam Newton, Tim Tebow and the Manning brothers are just some of the names that immediately come to mind.
This season was no different. Johnny Manziel, AJ McCarron and Aaron Murray established themselves as three of the best quarterbacks in the country. Meanwhile, other signal-callers like Tyler Russell and Jeff Driskel put their names on the map of football fans throughout the South.
Next year, the majority of the conference's starting quarterbacks will be returning to campus for at least one more season. They will be playing not only for a championship, but also for high NFL draft selections and national recognition.
Based on their performances from this season, here is a rundown of where the SEC quarterbacks rank heading into next season.