SEC Power Rankings: Ranking the 2010 Starting Quarterbacks

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SEC Power Rankings: Ranking the 2010 Starting Quarterbacks

2009 was another banner year for the SEC as usual, and this class produced some great quarterbacks who enjoyed enormous amounts of success in the conference.

Tim Tebow, arguably the greatest college quarterback to ever play the game, has moved on and graduated from Florida. So has 2009 preseason Heisman candidate Jevan Snead of Ole Miss, though he had a down year compared to his 2008 season.

Battle tested quarterbacks Chris Todd of Auburn and Jonathan Crompton of Tennessee have also graduated, and this leaves a significant void at these four schools.

Other schools such as MSU, UGA, and UK are also searching for consistent quarterback play.

While it's hard to rank the Top 12 quarterbacks in the league since depth charts haven't been released or probable starters named, this list contains B/R's Top 12 quarterbacks in the SEC based on talent, experience, and how many tools these QBs will have to work with around them.

Take it with a grain of salt, as we know in the SEC, nothing is final until kickoff.

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