Georgia lands in top 5 of ESPN's future QB power rankings
Georgia’s future at the quarterback position looks very bright.
On Wednesday, ESPN released its future power rankings for the quarterback position. The list intends to rank each team’s projected QB situation for the next 3 seasons.
This year, Georgia ranks No. 4 behind only USC, Ohio State and Oklahoma.
The Bulldogs will have a new quarterback in 2023 as Stetson Bennett moves on to the NFL. Carson Beck, Brock Vandagriff and Gunner Stockton are expected to compete for the starting role this spring.
Beck, Vandagriff and Stockton are all former blue-chip recruits, with Vandagriff being a former 5-star in the class of 2021. There’s also the potential that Georgia could add a high-profile QB at some point in the near future.
It’s also worth noting the Bulldogs currently have a commitment in the class of 2024 from 4-star QB Ryan Puglisi.
Here’s ESPN’s stated criteria for these power rankings:
Assessments are based on current rosters and committed recruits, while taking into account the likelihood of transfers, both in and out of programs. Programs that have continuity and success with coaching quarterbacks also received special consideration.
Georgia’s QB competition will continue this spring. Georgia’s annual spring game will be held on Saturday, April 15.