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    C.J. Stroud once again had a game to forget against Michigan in Ohio State’s regular-season finale. Let’s take a look at how the other top quarterback prospects in the 2023 NFL Draft performed in Week 13 the latest edition of “In the Market.” Rivalry week has come and gone, meaning that there are only going to be a select number of teams playing this upcoming weekend for their conference’s respective championships. It just so happens that every top quarterback prospect in the 2023 NFL Draft class participated in Week 13. There were the highs of Bryce Young shining in potentially his final home game with Alabama. Then, there were the lows of C.J. Stroud once again being unable to get the job done for Ohio State against rival Michigan. Without further ado, here is how each quarterback prospect performed in Week 13 of the college football season in the latest edition of “In the Market.” Previous editions of “In the Market” can be found in the links below: Week 12 Week 11 Week 10 Week 9 Week 8 Week...
    There was some stellar play from the top quarterback prospects, but unfortunately for Tennessee’s Hendon Hooker, his season came to an end due to injury. Check out the latest edition of “In the Market.” The 2022 college football regular season nears its end, specifically this weekend. From there, fans will watch conference title games and ultimately bowl games. This past week, while the matchups weren’t exactly strong on paper, there was the drama that fans love. All Top Four teams in Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan, and TCU all had to battle much harder to pick up their victories to remain undefeated. There was also Tennessee getting knocked out of College Football Playoff contention after their loss to South Carolina. In that game, however, one of the top quarterback prospects in Hendon Hooker suffered a season-ending injury. That is a shame, considering he played at a Heisman-caliber level all campaign. Let’s take a look at how the top quarterback prospects performed in Week 12 in the latest edition of “In the Market.” You can view previous editions of “In the Market”...
    Week 10 of the college football season was complete chaos. But how did the top quarterback prospects in the 2023 NFL Draft class perform?  Well, that was certainly a college football weekend. By that, we mean: Wow what a fun chaotic mess that was! In Week 10, college football fans saw 10 ranked teams lose to send countless College Football Playoff projections into the trash bin or through the paper shredders. Teams like the Tennessee Volunteers, Clemson Tigers, and the Alabama Crimson Tide all lost their respective games, which shook up the Top Four of the Playoff this week. While fans still process what the hell went on this past weekend, we are here to tell you how some of the top quarterback prospects performed amid the chaos. Let’s take a look at the Week 10 edition of “In the Market.” Previous editions of “In the Market” can be found in the links below: Week 9 Week 8 Week 7 Week 6 Week 5 Week 4 Week 3 How top 2023 NFL Draft QBs fared in Week 10: Bryce...
    C.J. Stroud did not have the perfect performance in Week 8. Let’s take a look at how the top quarterback prospects performed in the latest edition of “In the Market.” Week 8 of the 2022 college football season is done with. There was some drama, as the Clemson Tigers held on to defeat the Syracuse Orange and the LSU Tigers pulled off a huge upset win over the then-undefeated Ole Miss Rebels. When it comes to the quarterback play, there were some good performances from some of the big names in the 2023 NFL Draft class. There was, however, a start from Ohio State’s C.J. Stroud where he did not have a, let’s say, perfect game. Not to mention, one signal caller did not play very long due to injury. In Week 8, there were two quarterbacks on a bye week, and they were Kentucky’s Will Levis and Florida’s Anthony Richardson. Let’s take a look at how the top quarterback prospects performed this past week in the latest edition of “In the Market.” Previous editions of the “In the Market”...
    Two of the top quarterback prospects in the 2023 NFL Draft class did battle in an epic SEC matchup in Week 7. Let’s take a look at how the other top prospects performed. What a week of college football. Week 7 of the 2022 season had plenty of excitement, such as the TCU Horned Frogs defeating the Oklahoma State Cowboys in overtime, and Tennessee defeating Alabama for the first time since 2006. Speaking of the latter game, it just so happened to feature a battle between two top quarterback prospects in the 2023 NFL Draft. Those quarterbacks are Bryce Young, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner, and Hendon Hooker, a favorite to win that very award this year. Besides that, there were three other top prospects who participated in Week 7. Let’s take a look at the latest edition of “In the Market.” There is one notable absence in this week’s column and that is Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback C.J. Stroud. The reason why is simple — he had a bye week. He will be back next week, as Ohio State...
    How did the top quarterback prospects perform in Week 6 of the college football season? We take a look at “In the Market.” The sixth week of the college football season has concluded, and there were some big storylines, such as Alabama surviving against Texas A&M, Texas shutting out Oklahoma, and TCU continuing their undefeated season by beating Kansas. As mentioned last week, there were some injuries to some of the top quarterback prospects in the upcoming NFL Draft class. That did carry over into Week 6. There are two huge omissions from this week’s column — Alabama’s Bryce Young and Kentucky’s Will Levis. The reason for the absences is simple, and that is neither played due to injury. Young left the previous week’s game against Arkansas with a sprained AC joint. Even though he was not ruled out for the Week 6 game against Texas A&M and he was on the field, Jalen Milroe received the start. Levis dislocated his middle finger during the team’s Week 5 loss to the Ole Miss Rebels. While that injury still lingered, Levis...
    Unfortunately in Week 5 of the college football season, some of the top quarterback prospects in the 2023 NFL Draft suffered injuries. Five weeks of the college football season are officially in the books. There were some eventful moments in the week, including Georgia narrowly avoiding an upset loss to Missouri, Texas A&M losing yet again, and Georgia Tech beating Pittsburgh in the post-Geoff Collins era. College football, never short of excitement or storylines. When it comes to the top quarterback prospects in the upcoming NFL Draft, Week 5 was different. There were injuries that took place in some of the games of the top signal callers in the 2023 class, one of which looked potentially serious. Here is the Week 5 edition of “In the Market.” Previous editions of “In the Market” can be found linked below: Week 4 Week 3 Taking Stock: How top 2023 NFL Draft QBs fared in Week 5Bryce Young, AlabamaLet’s start things off with the biggest story of the weekend, Alabama quarterback Bryce Young. After dismantling Vanderbilt Commodores the week prior, Alabama was...
    The fourth week of the college football season is in the books. Let’s take a look at how the top quarterback prospects performed in the latest edition of “In the Market: 2023 QB stock watch.” Another week of football is in the books. In college football, the usual suspects ranked atop the nation have won their respective games, while there were also some upsets. In the NFL, the games were not as electric as in the week prior, with the San Francisco 49ers-Denver Broncos and New York Giants-Dallas Cowboys games standing out. Considering that Week 4 of the college football season is finished, some fans may not have seen how the top quarterback prospects have performed in their respective games. We have you covered, as we take a look to see whether some of the best signal callers have increased their stock, or if their chances of being taken high in the 2023 NFL Draft have plummeted. Previous editions of “In the Market” can be found linked below: Week 3Taking Stock: How top 2023 NFL Draft QBs fared in Week...
    Taking a look at how the top quarterback prospects in the NFL Draft performed in Week 3 of the college football season. It may only be the start of the NFL season, but that is not going to stop some fans from scouting the top prospects in the 2023 draft. Of course, the one position that garners the most position is at quarterback. There are fanbases in the NFL that are not exactly keen on their current starter, and keep track as to which college signal-callers are worth selecting. With that, we introduce “In the Market,” where we look at how the top quarterbacks in the 2023 class performed on a weekly basis, a player who has proven themselves to be a sleeper candidate, and which quarterback needs to show more next week.Taking Stock: How top 2023 NFL Draft QBs fared in Week 3Bryce Young, AlabamaFirst on the list is the reigning Heisman Trophy winner, Bryce Young. This was projected to be an easy day at the office, and by the office, we mean Bryant-Denny Stadium. Alabama faced off against...
    Getty Liberty quarterback Malik Willis throws the ball. The Denver Broncos have already shown some interest in two quarterback prospects at the Senior Bowl. Aric DiLalla of the team’s official website reported that Liberty’s Malik Willis and Pittsburgh’s Kenny Pickett both met with the Broncos. Liberty QB Malik Willis said he has met with the Broncos at the Senior Bowl. — Aric DiLalla (@AricDiLalla) February 2, 2022 QB Kenny Pickett said he met briefly with the Broncos at the Senior Bowl. Noted there are more time slots later in the week to meet. — Aric DiLalla (@AricDiLalla) February 2, 2022 Willis has also met with the Carolina Panthers, Detroit Lions, and New Orleans Saints, while Pickett has met with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Carolina Panthers. If the Broncos do not trade the ninth overall pick, drafting a quarterback would definitely fill a need. Willis and Pickett are considered two of the top quarterback prospects in the 2022 NFL draft. ESPN’s Mel Kiper projected Willis to be the first quarterback selected in his latest mock draft. Conversely,...
    Malik Willis, Liberty Flames. (Mandatory Credit: Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports) These could be the five best quarterback prospects entering the 2022 NFL Draft. Only time will tell, but there is a chance these are the five best quarterback prospects that could enter the 2022 NFL Draft. I get that were are not even a week removed from the 2021 NFL Draft, one that featured five quarterbacks going in the first round. However, it is not like there will be a dearth of draft-eligible signal-callers rifling the pigskin around the gridiron on fall Saturdays next season. Though not all will likely end up going in the first round, these five prospects have a legitimate shot to do so. Here are the five best quarterback prospects for 2022 heading into the college offseason.2022 NFL Draft: 5 top quarterback prospects 5 Malik Willis QB Liberty Flames Malik Willis could be the best small-school candidate to crack the top 32There are a few Group of 5 quarterbacks who could be first-round picks. While Cincinnati’s Desmond Ridder and Nevada’s Carson Strong are quality candidates for this distinction, it...
    ARLINGTON, TEXAS – DECEMBER 30: Quarterback Kyle Trask #11 of the Florida Gators throws against the Oklahoma Sooners during the second quarter at AT&T Stadium on December 30, 2020 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images) NFL teams in need of a new starting quarterback have lots of options in the 2021 NFL Draft. Here are the five best prospects in this year’s class.  There is nothing more important in the modern NFL than having a high-quality quarterback. Teams can get everything else on their roster correct, but it’s meaningless if the right guy isn’t deployed under center. That makes evaluating quarterback prospects in the NFL Draft big business for every franchise in the league. This year’s class has real quality at the top as well as intriguing depth that may stretch well beyond Round 1. The focus of this piece is to identify the guys who deserve to be taken early. Raw prospects like Jamie Newman or Kellen Mond might turn out to be quality starters in time, but they don’t deserve to be mentioned in the same...
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