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Trevone Boykin – TCU
Trevone Boykin has been popular for being a highly efficient quarterback who is very accurate and quick on the draw. In fact, he hardly ever throws interceptions. There was only one game last year where he threw more than one.
Cody Kessler – USC
Dak Prescott – Mississippi State
Dak Prescott is one of the few starting quarterbacks from last year who will be returning to his team in the SEC. He has more than forty touchdowns last year and will also benefit from home games against Mississippi and Alabama this year.
Justin Thomas – Georgia Tech
Justin Thomas has shown himself to be an efficient dual force on the field for the Yellow Jackets. He had four games last year where he went triple digits in both passing and rushing yards.
Deshaun Watson – Clemson
Clemson's Deshaun Watson has one of the best wide receiver groups in college football. The Tigers have proven to be great in terms of recruiting players so it should not be surprising to see Watson make a run for the Heisman.
Christian Hackenberg – Penn State
Christian Hackenberg has done more with a weak Penn State team in recent time than anyone else has in recent years. He has been popular among many NFL scouts for having a playing style that is more reflective of what players have in the NFL and has even been seen as a possible top ten pick in the 2016 draft. He will need to improve in roder to get there but there is a possibility that this could actually happen.
??? - Ohio State
It's unclear as to who Ohio State's quarterback will be in 2015. Cardale Jones led the Buckeyes to three big victories at the end of the year while the other two were injured. Meanwhile, J.T. Barrett almost got to fifty touchdowns last year before he was injured.