SEC Conference

Here’s our ranking of all 14 prospective SEC starting quarterbacks for 2020


The 2019 season saw the Southeastern Conference return to its familiar spot atop the sport’s hierarchy by virtue of the LSU Tigers capturing the College Football Playoff National Championship, the league’s third triumph in the last five years.

Becoming the first Baton Rouge standout to capture the Heisman Trophy since late halfback Billy Cannon in 1959, Joe Burrow threw for 5,671 yards and 60 touchdowns, shattering school records in the process.

Burrow, of course, is off to the National Football League, selected by the Cincinnati Bengals with the first pick. LSU will not be the only SEC program breaking in a new signal-caller, however.

Missouri’s Kelly Bryant, Georgia’s Jake Fromm, Vanderbilt’s Riley Neal, Mississippi State’s Tommy Stevens, and Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa have all either seen their collegiate eligibility expire or declared early for the NFL Draft. You could even throw Kentucky’s Lynn Bowden, Jr. in this mix, too.

While the above paragraph represents nearly half the teams in the conference, there will be some returning faces. Factoring in the latest information at our disposal in this COVID-19-slowed state, here are our SEC quarterback rankings entering the 2020 campaign.

NEXT: No. 14 Ken Seals – Vanderbilt

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