Where every SEC QB ranks in ESPN’s QBR after Week 9
Alabama’s Mac Jones remained the No. 1 rated quarterback in the country, according to ESPN’s updated Total Quarterback Rating after the latest slate of college football games.
Jones is joined by 2 other SEC quarterbacks in the top 5: Florida’s Kyle Trask and Ole Miss’s Matt Corral.
Jones didn’t light up the scoreboard in the Crimson Tide’s drubbing of Kentucky on Saturday but was 16-of-24 for 230 yards and a touchdown despite an interception before giving way to Bryce Young with the game well in hand. In Nashville, Trask added 3 more touchdowns to his total while going 26-of-35 for 383 yards in the Gators’ win over Vanderbilt, putting him at 2,554 yards and 31 touchdowns versus just 3 interceptions as he continues to go toe-to-toe with Jones and Ohio State’s Justin Fields in the Heisman Trophy race. Meanwhile, Corral and the Rebels were off after their game against Texas A&M was postponed.
Despite a remarkable debut against Mississippi State, Georgia’s JT Daniels won’t be in the ranking since he is far below the average minimum number of plays to qualify, meaning Stetson Bennett remained on the list.
Here’s the overall ranking of every other SEC quarterback according to ESPN’s QBR metric: