@Dingas4 Too Early 2019 QB Rankings

 

1. Justin Herbert, Oregon - Size and athleticism currently propel Herbert as my top QB going into 2019, he can make plays with his legs and his arm and has proven to be an accurate passer. Some concerns coming off of injuries but all the tools seem to be there.

2. Will Grier , West Virginia - Grier is a guy that could drop in these rankings as the season goes on. For me Grier relies on timing and rhythm to be successful and shows some pretty good touch.

3. Shea Patterson, Michigan - I had Patterson highier in this class last year then dropped him down, and have him moving up again. He’s a QB that could stay here or drop again as the season goes on, the former 5 star recruit has all the tools in the tool box but still hasn’t been able to use all of them yet.

4. Jarrett Stidham, Auburn - Good size, solid arm and is your old school NFL drop back passer. There's little questioning his excellent arm strength and his arm talent. Last year he wasn’t asked to do too much but this season I think Auburn will let him rip it a little more.

5. Tyree Jackson, Buffalo - Big arm, good size and he oozes athleticism. If you havent seen this kids film do yourself a favor and take a look for yourself. Every year I attach myself way too early on several prospects and Jackson is one of my guys.

6. Easton Stick, North Dakota State - First they gave us Wentz now they give of Easton Stick. The man who took over for Wentz is now making a name for himself and is a name to watch for 2019.

7. Drew Lock, Missouri - I’m probably lower on Lock than most, but there’s still plenty in his game that I question. However he does have a rifle of an arm and he can be accurate. If he can get his completion percentage a bit highier I could move him up.

8. Clay Thornson, Northwestern - Thornson peeked my interest this year as I thought he may come out early, but after tearing his ACL he felt he needed to return for another year. Plenty of people felt he was a sleeper leading up to the ’18 draft. Thornson like most on this list has the size (6'3, 225) and mobility teams look for at the next level

9. Jake Bentley, South Carolina - He also has the size 6'3, 220lbs and with weapons like Deebo Samuel and Bryan Edwards you have to believe that Bentley is going to put up big numbers, which should get him plenty of attention from scouts. Another thing scouts are gonna love seeing is Bentley in a pro style type offense.

10. Ryan Finely, North Carolina State - Speaking of QB's with weapons Finely has a pretty good one in Kelvin Harmon. He does remind me a bit of an Alex Smith “Game Manager” type QB button today’s game you can’t afford to turn the ball over.

Bonus QB's - I’ll give y’all two more QB’s to keep an eye on heading into the 2019 season, Jake Browning of Washington and Dwayne Haskins of Ohio State. Browning garnered plenty of hype last season and many thought he could be a top tier QB but that never happened. Browning will be hoping on a bit of a bounce back campaign. As for Haskins the kid has potential to be a big time riser