Top 10 college football QBs: With only three weeks remaining in the 2023 college football regular season, certain quarterbacks have distinguished themselves from the rest.
As the defending Heisman Trophy quarterback, Caleb Williams was regarded as the preeminent quarterback in collegiate football prior to this season. Ten weeks in, however, other quarterbacks have performed better.
After Week 10, let’s examine the top ten quarterbacks.
Week 10’s Top Ten Collegiate Football Quarterbacks
Washington’s Michael Penix Jr. ranks first.
Michael Penix is the favored candidate to receive the Heisman Trophy as the best quarterback in collegiate football.
Washington, under the direction of Penix, is 9-0 and will almost certainly qualify for the Pac-12 championship game, with a definite possibility of earning a College Football Playoff berth.
This season, Penix is 225 for 324 for 3,201 yards with seven interceptions, 26 touchdowns, and 26 yards.
Second, Bo Nix of OregonBo Nix is a candidate for the Heisman Trophy.
This year marks the fifth season of college football for Bo Nix, who is performing at his highest level.
With an 8-1 record, Nix has guided the Ducks to a probable berth in the Pac-12 championship game. Nix could potentially lead Oregon to the College Football Playoffs should the team prevail.
Nix is 235 for 301 for 2,723 yards with two interceptions and 25 touchdowns.
#3, LSU’s Jayden DanielsJayden Daniels has been ranked among the best three quarterbacks.
The LSU Tigers’ 6-3 record does not qualify Jayden Daniels for the Heisman Trophy, but that is not on account of the quarterback’s performance.
Daniels has compiled a career-high 178 for 247 yards and two interceptions on 2,792 yards. He is having the most successful college football season of his career.
Alabama Jalen Milroe, fourth. Jalen Milroe is a quarterback with dual threats.
Jalen Milroe, the quarterback for the Alabama Crimson Tide, has been one of the finest this season since overcoming initial difficulties.
Milroe is 114 for 176 for 1,836 yards with five interceptions and thirteen touchdowns. On 97 carries, he has also amassed 297 yards and nine touchdowns on the ground.
Fifth-ranked J.J. McCarthy of Michigan
The quarterback for the Michigan Wolverines, J.J. McCarthy, may not have a name as memorable as Michael Penix or Caleb Williams, but he has been dependable all season.
McCarthy has accumulated 2,134 yards on 156 passes for 206 touchdowns with three interceptions.
Jordan Travis, sixth-ranked Florida StateJordan Travis is a sixth-year undergraduate athlete.
Jordan Travis is currently 4-4 at Florida State and in his sixth season of collegiate football, but he is having the most productive year of his career.
With a pristine 9-0 record, Travis has guided FSU to legitimate title contender status. The quarterback is 186 for 289 for 2,469 yards, 19 touchdowns, and two interceptions on the season.
Carson Beck, #7, GeorgiaCarson Beck is making his sophomore year as a starter.
Carson Beck assumed the primary quarterback position for the Georgia Bulldogs following Stetson Bennett’s departure to the NFL. Prior to this season, Beck was a relative unknown.
The Bulldogs have maintained their lead under Beck, whose quarterback record stands at 213 for 295 yards, 2,716 touchdowns, four interceptions, and 16 touchdowns.
USCC #8 Caleb Williams, who won the Heisman Trophy the previous year
Despite being the reigning Heisman Trophy victor, Caleb Williams has experienced a fluctuating season.
Williams, the quarterback for the USC Trojans, is 216 for 312 for 2,958 yards, 28 touchdowns, and four interceptions, despite likely remaining the No. 1 overall decision this season.
#9, Drake Maye, will be selected in the top three of the NFL draft.
This season, UNC quarterback Drake Maye did not meet his Heisman Trophy expectations.
Maye has been a dependable quarterback this season, accumulating 203 passes for 308 yards and 2,803 touchdowns with five interceptions.
Oh Miss Jaxson Dart, ranked tenthJaxson Dart is a third-year collegiate athlete.
As the starting quarterback for the Ole Miss Rebels in his second season, Jaxson Dart has guided the squad to an 8-1 record.
This season, Dart has completed 160 of 244 passes for 2,467 yards, 16 touchdowns, and four interceptions.