The future looks bright at quarterback for many of the SEC football programs. Half of the SEC teams have an Elite 11 QB committed in the 2020 class and just about all of them played well last weekend.

Here’s a look at all seven of their stat lines from Week 6 plus each quarterback’s updated stats for the entire season:

Last week’s numbers: 

Carson Beck, Georgia – 9-for-18, 115 yards, TD; 4 carries, 30 yards, TD
Luke Doty, South Carolina – 12-for-21, 235 yards, 3 TDs
TJ Finley, LSU – 10-for-20, 179 yards, TD; rushing TD
Haynes King, Texas A&M – 6-for-14, 82 yards, TD; 6 carries, 91 yards, 5 TDs
Chandler Morris, Arkansas – 14-for-18, 218 yards, 5 TDs
Anthony Richardson, Florida – 14-for-23, 200 yards; 10 carries, 90 yards, TD
Bryce Young, Alabama – 26-for-37, 416 yards, 5 TDs

This year’s total numbers: 

Among this group, King had the fewest amount of passing yards in Week 6. That’s interesting because he’s the highest-rated quarterback on this list, as a 5-star prospect and the No. 1 dual-threat signal caller in the 2020 class according to 247Sports. King showed off his dual-threat ability with five rushing touchdowns in Week 6.

Young is the next highest-rated quarterback in the class committed to an SEC school. He has 1,688 passing yards with 19 touchdowns and only one interception this season.