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Sporting News ranks Tebow No. 2 QB in nation



The new Sporting News magazine, which hits newsstands today, includes the magazines rankings of the top 60 Division I-A (or Football Bowl Subdivision) quarterbacks.

UF quarterback Tim Tebow by his own admission hasn't gotten off to the best start so far, but is ranked No. 2 behind West Virginia's Pat White.
The rankings were compiled by Sporting News college football writer Matt Hayes and are based solely on college accomplishments and value to their college teams, not on quarterbacks’ pro potential.
Check out the rankings below:
1. Pat White, West Virginia
2. Tim Tebow, Florida
3. Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
4. Chase Daniel, Missouri
5. Matthew Stafford, Georgia
6. Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
7. Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan
8. Mark Sanchez, USC
9. Cullen Harper, Clemson
10. Curtis Painter, Purdue
11. Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic
12. Kellen Lewis, Indiana
13. Willie Tuitama, Arizona
14. Todd Reesing, Kansas
15. Max Hall, BYU
16. Rudy Carpenter, Arizona State
17. Todd Boeckman, Ohio State
18. Nate Davis, Ball State
19. Josh Freeman, Kansas State
20. Jake Locker, Washington
21. Matt Grothe, South Florida
22. Hunter Cantwell, Louisville
23. Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP
24. Colin Kaepernick, Nevada
25. Colt McCoy, Texas
26. Brian Johnson, Utah
27. Juice Williams, Illinois
28. Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State
29. Kevin Riley/Nate Longshore, California
30. Riley Skinner, Wake Forest
31. Tom Brandstater, Fresno State
32. John Parker Wilson, Alabama
33. Brian Hoyer, Michigan State
34. Chase Clement, Rice
35. Chase Holbrook, New Mexico State
36. C.J. Bacher, Northwestern
37. Jonathan Crompton, Tennessee
38. Stephen McGee, Texas A&M
39. Tyler Sheehan, Bowling Green
40. Sean Glennon/Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech
41. Thaddeus Lewis, Duke
42. Daryll Clark, Penn State
43. Case Keenum, Houston
44. Cody Hawkins, Colorado
45. Adam Weber, Minnesota
46. Patrick Pinkney, East Carolina
47. Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame
48. T.J. Yates, North Carolina
49. Drew Weatherford/Christian Ponder/ D’Vontrey Richardson, Florida State
50. Mike Teel, Rutgers
51. Justin Roper/Jeremiah Masoli, Oregon
52. Joe Ganz, Nebraska
53. Jevan Snead, Mississippi
54. Andrew Hatch/Jarrett Lee, LSU
55. Andy Dalton, TCU
56. Tyler Lorenzen, Connecticut
57. David Johnson, Tulsa
58. Chris Todd, Auburn
59. Tim Hiller, Western Michigan
60. Taylor Bennett, Louisiana Tech

[Last modified: Wednesday, May 26, 2010 12:34pm]


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