ESPN+: Top 25 QB situations for next 3 years

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on the Hurricanes specifically, they said:
2021 ranking: 13
Returning starter: Tyler Van Dyke

Scouting the Hurricanes: There are many reasons for Miami fans to be excited as the Mario Cristobal era dawns, and the quarterback position is high on the list. Although the Hurricanes never quite turned a corner in 2021, they found their quarterback of the future in Van Dyke, a confident redshirt freshman who passed for 2,931 yards and 25 touchdowns despite only two months in the starting role. Van Dyke, ESPN's No. 3 pocket passer in the 2020 recruiting class, eclipsed 300 pass yards with three or more touchdowns in each of Miami's final six games (five victories), which earned him ACC Rookie of the Year honors. He must adjust to a new coach in Cristobal and a new playcaller in offensive coordinator Josh Gattis, but there are high hopes for Miami's offense going forward. Van Dyke also could lead the offense through 2023, although he'll be on the NFL draft radar with a repeat performance this fall.

Miami has excellent insurance behind Van Dyke, at least for now, in Jake Garcia, ESPN's No. 23 overall recruit in the 2022 class. Garcia looked good before a season-ending foot injury in September. While his unique route to Miami suggests he won't wait a year or two, you never know. The Hurricanes retain reserve Peyton Matocha and add Jacurri Brown, ESPN's No. 6 dual-threat quarterback in the 2022 class. Cristobal and Gattis are both excellent recruiters, and Miami should have no trouble luring talented quarterbacks from high school or the portal.

Full rankings:
1. Ohio State
2. Southern Cal
3. Alabama
4. Texas A&M
5. Georgia
6. Miami --
7. Oklahoma
8. Texas
9. NC State
10. Michigan
11. Penn State
12. Mississippi State
13. UCLA
14. Utah
15. Michigan State
16. LSU
17. Clemson
18. South Carolina
19. Oregon
20. Notre Dame
21. Oklahoma State
22. Arkansas
23. Wake Forest
24. Coastal Carolina
25. BYU
 
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on the Hurricanes specifically, they said:
2021 ranking: 13
Returning starter: Tyler Van Dyke

Scouting the Hurricanes: There are many reasons for Miami fans to be excited as the Mario Cristobal era dawns, and the quarterback position is high on the list. Although the Hurricanes never quite turned a corner in 2021, they found their quarterback of the future in Van Dyke, a confident redshirt freshman who passed for 2,931 yards and 25 touchdowns despite only two months in the starting role. Van Dyke, ESPN's No. 3 pocket passer in the 2020 recruiting class, eclipsed 300 pass yards with three or more touchdowns in each of Miami's final six games (five victories), which earned him ACC Rookie of the Year honors. He must adjust to a new coach in Cristobal and a new playcaller in offensive coordinator Josh Gattis, but there are high hopes for Miami's offense going forward. Van Dyke also could lead the offense through 2023, although he'll be on the NFL draft radar with a repeat performance this fall.

Miami has excellent insurance behind Van Dyke, at least for now, in Jake Garcia, ESPN's No. 23 overall recruit in the 2022 class. Garcia looked good before a season-ending foot injury in September. While his unique route to Miami suggests he won't wait a year or two, you never know. The Hurricanes retain reserve Peyton Matocha and add Jacurri Brown, ESPN's No. 6 dual-threat quarterback in the 2022 class. Cristobal and Gattis are both excellent recruiters, and Miami should have no trouble luring talented quarterbacks from high school or the portal.

Full rankings:
1. Ohio State
2. Southern Cal
3. Alabama
4. Texas A&M
5. Georgia
6. Miami --
7. Oklahoma
8. Texas
9. NC State
10. Michigan
11. Penn State
12. Mississippi State
13. UCLA
14. Utah
15. Michigan State
16. LSU
17. Clemson
18. South Carolina
19. Oregon
20. Notre Dame
21. Oklahoma State
22. Arkansas
23. Wake Forest
24. Coastal Carolina
25. BYU
Anybody notice who's missing on here. :rk5i6fxwjlgev5j6.jpg:
 

on the Hurricanes specifically, they said:
2021 ranking: 13
Returning starter: Tyler Van Dyke

Scouting the Hurricanes: There are many reasons for Miami fans to be excited as the Mario Cristobal era dawns, and the quarterback position is high on the list. Although the Hurricanes never quite turned a corner in 2021, they found their quarterback of the future in Van Dyke, a confident redshirt freshman who passed for 2,931 yards and 25 touchdowns despite only two months in the starting role. Van Dyke, ESPN's No. 3 pocket passer in the 2020 recruiting class, eclipsed 300 pass yards with three or more touchdowns in each of Miami's final six games (five victories), which earned him ACC Rookie of the Year honors. He must adjust to a new coach in Cristobal and a new playcaller in offensive coordinator Josh Gattis, but there are high hopes for Miami's offense going forward. Van Dyke also could lead the offense through 2023, although he'll be on the NFL draft radar with a repeat performance this fall.

Miami has excellent insurance behind Van Dyke, at least for now, in Jake Garcia, ESPN's No. 23 overall recruit in the 2022 class. Garcia looked good before a season-ending foot injury in September. While his unique route to Miami suggests he won't wait a year or two, you never know. The Hurricanes retain reserve Peyton Matocha and add Jacurri Brown, ESPN's No. 6 dual-threat quarterback in the 2022 class. Cristobal and Gattis are both excellent recruiters, and Miami should have no trouble luring talented quarterbacks from high school or the portal.

Full rankings:
1. Ohio State
2. Southern Cal
3. Alabama
4. Texas A&M
5. Georgia
6. Miami --
7. Oklahoma
8. Texas
9. NC State
10. Michigan
11. Penn State
12. Mississippi State
13. UCLA
14. Utah
15. Michigan State
16. LSU
17. Clemson
18. South Carolina
19. Oregon
20. Notre Dame
21. Oklahoma State
22. Arkansas
23. Wake Forest
24. Coastal Carolina
25. BYU
Forgot to add...thanks for the post...good info and much appreciated
 
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on the Hurricanes specifically, they said:
2021 ranking: 13
Returning starter: Tyler Van Dyke

Scouting the Hurricanes: There are many reasons for Miami fans to be excited as the Mario Cristobal era dawns, and the quarterback position is high on the list. Although the Hurricanes never quite turned a corner in 2021, they found their quarterback of the future in Van Dyke, a confident redshirt freshman who passed for 2,931 yards and 25 touchdowns despite only two months in the starting role. Van Dyke, ESPN's No. 3 pocket passer in the 2020 recruiting class, eclipsed 300 pass yards with three or more touchdowns in each of Miami's final six games (five victories), which earned him ACC Rookie of the Year honors. He must adjust to a new coach in Cristobal and a new playcaller in offensive coordinator Josh Gattis, but there are high hopes for Miami's offense going forward. Van Dyke also could lead the offense through 2023, although he'll be on the NFL draft radar with a repeat performance this fall.

Miami has excellent insurance behind Van Dyke, at least for now, in Jake Garcia, ESPN's No. 23 overall recruit in the 2022 class. Garcia looked good before a season-ending foot injury in September. While his unique route to Miami suggests he won't wait a year or two, you never know. The Hurricanes retain reserve Peyton Matocha and add Jacurri Brown, ESPN's No. 6 dual-threat quarterback in the 2022 class. Cristobal and Gattis are both excellent recruiters, and Miami should have no trouble luring talented quarterbacks from high school or the portal.

Full rankings:
1. Ohio State
2. Southern Cal
3. Alabama
4. Texas A&M
5. Georgia
6. Miami --
7. Oklahoma
8. Texas
9. NC State
10. Michigan
11. Penn State
12. Mississippi State
13. UCLA
14. Utah
15. Michigan State
16. LSU
17. Clemson
18. South Carolina
19. Oregon
20. Notre Dame
21. Oklahoma State
22. Arkansas
23. Wake Forest
24. Coastal Carolina
25. BYU


UiF
F$U
VaTech
UNC
Pitt
Virginia
Boston College
Duke

Essentially, nobody else in Florida, and nobody else in the Coastal.
 
Laugh if you want. Cry later
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BeTteR tHaN TVD!
 
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P.S. LMAO at Georgia and Texas A&M having a better QB position than us.

Pump them full of truth serum and ask Dumbo or Korchy If they would trade TVD heads up for any QB on their roster right now and see what they answer.
That’s just TVD tho. It’s a whole room. I’ll take Weigman over everybody we got outside TVD. Then they have two other guys with experience it’s not unfair imo. TVD is the reason we’re ranked so high in the first place
 
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