Found January 21, 2013 on Queen City Sports:
After reading QCS’ overall top ten, look below to see how each writer is currently ranking their QBs. QCS Top 10 QBs: 1. Geno Smith (38 pts) 2. Ryan Nassib (33 pts) 3. Tyler Wilson (32 pts) 4. Matt Barkley (29 pts) 5. Zac Dysert (25 pts) 5. Mike Glennon (25 pts) 7. Tyler Bray (15 pts) 7. Landry Jones (15 pts) 9. E.J. Manuel (11 pts) 10. Matt Scott (4 pts) Others Receiving Points: Jordan Rodgers (1 pt) *Point system: The prospect in each person’s one spot is given 10 points, the second player is given 9, and this will continue down to the tenth prospect receiving one point.* Analysis: Geno Smith was not the unanimous number one choice, but at 38 points he had a comfortable lead over the rest of the field. Ryan Nassib edged out Tyler Wilson to be named the second QB on our list. Barkley finished fourth, just shy of 30 points. Zac Dysert and Mike Glennon tied for 5th while Tyler Bray and Landry Jones finished with 15 points. E.J. Manuel and Matt Scott rounded out our top ten. With the...
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