The release of the latest Madden NFL video game is just around the corner (August 25, 2020, to be exact), but before the game hits the shelves, EA Sports likes to annually tease the release of the game by sharing some rookie ratings.

The first round of ratings have been released for Madden NFL 21 and the first-year quarterbacks are the players featured by EA Sports.

Here is a breakdown of the rookie NFL quarterbacks with ties to the Southeastern Conference in the new game:

Joe Burrow, Cincinnati Bengals – 76 overall

Speed: 83 Acceleration: 86 Strength: 68 Agility: 82 Awareness: 77 Throwing Power:  86

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Tua Tagovailoa, Miami Dolphins – 73 overall

Speed: 81 Acceleration: 85 Strength: 63 Agility: 79 Awareness: 76 Throwing Power: 88

Jalen Hurts, Philadephia Eagles – 68 overall

Speed: 86 Acceleration: 89 Strength: 72 Agility: 88 Awareness: 65 Throwing Power: 84

Jacob Eason, Indianapolis Colts – 63 overall

Speed: 76 Acceleration: 82 Strength: 64 Agility: 67 Awareness: 65 Throwing Power: 93

Jake Fromm, Buffalo Bills – 62 overall

Speed: 73 Acceleration: 79 Strength: 60 Agility: 75 Awareness: 68 Throwing Power: 82

Jordan Ta’amu, Kansas City Chiefs – 58 overall

Speed: 80 Acceleration: 86 Strength: 60 Agility: 82 Awareness: 49 Throwing Power: 82

Tommy Stevens, New Orleans Saints – 54 overall

Speed: 81 Acceleration: 88 Strength: 65 Agility: 83 Awareness: 62 Throwing Power: 87

In the days to come, ESPN plans to reveal the entire set of Madden NFL 21 ratings live on the air.