10. E.J. Manuel Florida State's quarterback will most likely be replaced by freshman Clint Trickett for Week 4, as Manuel suffers from a shoulder injury. Spectators pegged Manuel as the quarterback to watch this season, but Manuel’s injury and lackluster performance have been nothing to write home about. Manuel has thrown only six touchdowns and four interceptions so far.
9. Ryan Nassib Syracuse is currently 2-1, coming off a loss to USC last week. Still, Nassib is putting up respectable numbers: 230 passing yards against the Trojans, and 358 yards against Rhode Island the week before. However, Nassib is weak when he’s being hurried. This season, he has rushed for -5 yards over the last three games
8. Tino Sunseri Pittsburgh is currently 2-1, losing a heartbreaking 31-27 to Iowa last week. Sunseri has only thrown three touchdowns this year, but has already recorded four interceptions. While Sunseri threw 255 yards against Iowa, his turnover-ratio is something to be concerned about.
7. Jacory Harris had a phenomenal sophomore season, but has only played one game this year due to the Miami scandal suspension. Harris, while his rocket arm is undeniable, has trouble with accuracy. He throws way too many interceptions to remain reliable.