At least a couple of SEC teams will be looking at incoming transfers as potential starting quarterbacks this fall.

That qualifies as a pretty important position, so it makes sense that we see a few of their names on ESPN’s recently released list of college football’s 10 most important transfers for the 2016 season.

Here’s where the SEC showed up on the list:

  • 2. Trevor Knight, QB (Texas A&M via Oklahoma)
  • 7. Luke Del Rio, QB (Florida via Oregon State)
  • 10. Priest Willis, DB (Texas A&M via UCLA)

Former Texas A&M QB Kenny Hill showed up on the list as No. 8 as he becomes eligible at TCU, and former Houston QB John O’Korn topped the list for becoming eligible at Michigan.

It makes sense that both Texas A&M and Florida would rely on transfer QBs, given that each school’s “franchise” QB transferred at the end of the 2015 season.

Former Purdue QB Austin Appleby was also mentioned as a quarterback that is eligible immediately at Florida and could make an impact if he’s able to beat out Del Rio and Treon Harris for the Gators job.