Ranking the projected starting SEC quarterbacks for the 2023 season

There is no question that the quarterbacks in the SEC have a lot of ability. Joe Burrow, Tim Tebow, and Bryce Young are just a few of the top players who have come out of the conference over the years.

There are always a few players who could win the Heisman Trophy or the Davey O’Brien Award. There will, of course, be plenty of talented people who want that job.

Some teams will have the same quarterback from last season, while others will have to find a new one.

Roll Tide Wire rates the passers who are expected to start in the 2023–2024 season.

  1. Conner Weigman

Texas A&M did not have the season that many expected. Starting quarterback Max Johnson went down with an injury and the Aggies offense was not the same after that.

  1. Graham Mertz

Florida is losing a generational talent at quarterback with Anthony Richardson heading to the NFL. Gators head coach Billy Napier went to the transfer portal to land Wisconsin transfer Graham Mertz.

  1. Robby Ashford

One thing that no one can overlook is Robby Ashford’s ability to make plays with his legs. Last season, Ashford displayed his athleticism and playmaking abilities on multiple different occasions.

  1. Brady Cook

One of the more well-rounded quarterbacks in the SEC heading into next season is Missouri’s Brady Cook. Cook has the ability to deliver dots and create plays with his legs.

  1. Jaxson Dart

The Rebels’ offense was one of the more potent in college football a season ago.

  1. Jalen Milroe

Jalen Milroe served as Alabama’s backup quarterback last season. His sample size was relatively small, yet he still performed fairly well.

  1. Spencer Rattler

One of the key reasons why South Carolina performed so well down the stretch is largely due to the play of their starting quarterback, Spencer Rattler.

  1. Devin Leary

With the departure of future lottery pick Will Levis, the Wildcats will turn to NC State transfer Devin Leary. He is a good option to replace Levis given his experience as a starter and proven passer at the power-five level.

  1. Will Rogers

The quarterback that likely has the least to prove is Mississippi State’s Will Rogers. The three-year starter is returning to Starkville for his senior season.

  1. Joe Milton III

Joe Milton may have been Hendon Hooker’s backup last season. However, he did not perform like one when called upon.

  1. KJ Jefferson

There were a lot of changes made this offseason in Fayetteville. One thing that will not be changed is who the Razorbacks’ quarterback will be next season.

  1. Jayden Daniels

It did not take very long for Jayden Daniels to burst onto the scene in his first season as LSU‘s starting quarterback.

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