2020 COLLEGE FOOTBALL: QUARTERBACK WATCH LIST

Justin Fields, Ohio State: Is responsible for 51 total TD’s since wearing a Buckeye’s jersey.

Trevor Lawrence, Clemson: In just two seasons, nearly 7,000 yards and 66 TD’s

Sam Ehlinger, Texas: 8,870 career passing yards and 10,400 yards of total offense.

Sam Howell, North Carolina: 38 touchdown passes in 2019.

D’Eric King, Miami: began his career as a wide receiver, now has 81 total career touchdowns.

Kedon Slovis, USC: threw for 3,502 yards and 30 touchdowns.

Ian Book, Notre Dame: as a redshirt junior, he had 3,580 yards of total offense and 38 TD’s.

Jamie Newman, Georgia: threw for 2,868 yards and 26 touchdowns in 2019.

Tanner Morgan, Minnesota: 3,253 passing yards and 30 touchdowns in 2019.

Brock Purdy, Iowa State: 27 touchdowns and 3,982 yards as a sophomore.

Sean Clifford, Penn State: had three games of 250 yards and three touchdowns.

Shane Buechele, SMU: threw for 3,929 yards and a conference best 34 touchdowns.

Brady White, Memphis: 4,000+ yards in 2019.

Kyle Trask, Florida: threw for 2,941 yards after starting the final 10 games of the season.

Kellen Mond, Texas A&M: 7,000 career passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards.

KJ Costello, Mississippi State: returning from an injury that limited him to five games in 2019.

Adrian Martinez, Nebraska: Nebraska career leader with 4 games of 400+ yards of total offense.

Bo Nix, Auburn: the conference freshman of the year with 2,542 yards and 17 touchdowns.

Jayden Daniels, Arizona State: 2,943 yards and 17 touchdowns. Only two interceptions in 338 attempts.

Charlie Brewer, Baylor: back – to – back 3,000 yard seasons.

Dillon Gabriel, Central Florida: led FBS freshman with 3,653 yards.

Myles Brennan, LSU: has just night teen appearances in three seasons.

Alan Bowman, Texas Tech: injuries cut his season short in 2019. Had 1,020 yards in three games.

Spencer Rattler, Oklahoma: ranked the top – rated quarterback in the 2019 recruiting class.

Dustin Crum, Kent State: 2,625 yards passing and 707 rushing in 2019.