Pac-12 QB Rankings: Washington's Keith Price, WSU's Jeff Tuel Amongst The Best According to Athlon Sports

Ted Miller and Kevin Gemmell of ESPN's Pac-12 blog have been busy this during the college football offseason with a number of different posts and tidbits on numerous subjects in and around the Pac-12. One of which is the creation of 'top 10' lists, such as the Top 10 Quarterbacks of the Pac-12 created by Athlon Sports, who feel the Northwest region will have the richest QB talent in the conference next season.

Washington's Keith Price and Washington State's Jeff Tuel were seen as two of the top three QB's in the Pac-12, behind only USC's Matt Barkley. Oregon's State's Sean Mannion and Oregon's Bryan Bennett were right behind them four the fourth and fifth spots on the list respectfully.

Below is the complete lis in full, and you can check out Athlon Sports' commentary on all 10 of these guys here.

  1. Matt Barkley, USC
  2. Keith Price, Washington
  3. Jeff Tuel, Washington State
  4. Sean Mannion, Oregon State
  5. Bryan Bennett, Oregon
  6. Zach Maynard, Cal
  7. Brett Nottingham, Stanford
  8. Kevin Prince, UCLA
  9. Jordan Wynn, Utah
  10. Matt Scott, Arizona
  11. Mike Bercovici, Arizona State
  12. Connor Wood, Colorado

For more on the Huskies, head over to UW Dawg Pound. For the Cougars side of life, make sure you check out Coug Center.

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