Alabama Crimson Tide, Quarterback
O.J. Howard doesn't enter the draft with the same reputation as so many Alabama products before him. There's room for growth at the tight end position once he starts getting paid to play in the NFL.
By combining these attributes from several SEC quarterbacks, a perfect player could be created.
It's possible that the SEC could set an all-time record for most players selected in the first round, but here are five names from the conference I feel are being underrated a bit ahead of draft weekend.
Brian Daboll's personality is a change from Lane Kiffin and Steve Sarkisian. It remains to be seen if the personality of the Crimson Tide offense changes in kind.
Matt Canada's next project passer won't be Brandon Harris. The much-maligned rising senior announced Monday that he's leaving the program after losing his starting job in 2016 to Danny Etling.
With a year under their belt, these 2016 SEC signees are poised to have the biggest sophomore seasons.
With rosters set for the spring, we look around the SEC and rank the two-deep quarterback charts from 14th (Vanderbilt) to first (Alabama).
The SEC has been the preferred destination for elite pro-style quarterbacks in the last five recruiting classes. We look at the 2017 class to see if it will stay that way or if a new trend is developing.
As the weeks and months pass, each team’s outlook will slowly begin to come into focus. For now, however, here is one thing that each SEC team can count on in 2017.
The SEC looks to have signed a loaded quarterback class this spring. How does the 2017 squad compare to the past five quarterback classes?