A host of SEC quarterbacks impressed at the 26th Manning Passing Academy this past weekend.

Will Levis, Anthony Richardson, Bryce Young and Max Johnson were all noted as top performers per Charles Power of on3 Sports.

Levis was possibly the most impressive of the weekend. His build has earned him a possible top 10 pick in next year’s NFL draft, and it hardly took anything to throw the ball 60 feet.

Florida’s Richardson was next. His build and power arm has impressed as well, and he’s primed to have a breakout year for a Florida squad in the middle of a program crossroads under first year head coach Billy Napier.

Alabama’s Heisman winning Bryce Young and Texas A&M quarterback and LSU transfer Max Johnson rounded out the list. Tennessee quarterback Hendon Hooker was present but did not throw Friday. Johnson, Levis and Richardson were finalists for the target competition at the end of Friday night.