2019 Post-Spring Mountain West Quarterback Rankings

2019 Post-Spring Mountain West Quarterback Rankings

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2019 Post-Spring Mountain West Quarterback Rankings


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2019 Post-Spring Mountain West Quarterback Rankings

What team has the best quarterback situation after spring football?

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Looking at the quarterback scenarios

Now that spring football is in the books now is a good time to take a look at the Mountain West quarterback situations and rank each teams unit.

This will be done throughout the year each week but this first installment will not only rank the signal-callers but also a look at who could be the starter.

12. San Jose State

Projected starter: Josh Love<

Love is the returning leader in most major categories for the Spartans and that makes him the logical choice to be the leader under center in San Jose. Even if Love has a great year he might not have the talent aroud him to move up on this list.

11. New Mexico

Projected starter: Tevaka Tuioti

The Lobos have a new offensive coordinator in Joe Dailey who came over from Liberty, and the New Mexico offense moving another step away from the run-option attack which takes away from what Tuioti does best.

10. Wyoming

Projected starter: Sean Chambers

Yes, Chambers did well in his final three starts on the ground with 330 yards and two touchdowns. However, in the passing game, he was only 14 of 23 with just 229 yards in the air. With no more Nico Evans to run the ball, the Wyoming offense will need someone to run the ball well to help Chambers have a better first-full year as a starter.

9. Nevada

Projected starter: Malik Henry or Cristian Solano or Carson Strong

This one will be sorted out during fall camp to see who will replace Ty Gangi. The current leader after spring seems to be Solano but there is talent around giving him a push.

Henry is a former four-star recruit who first enrolled at Florida State then was on Last Chance U. so he has talent but has not found a good fit. Strong was with the program last year while redshirting and has had a pretty good spring. Whoever nails down the job could shoot up these rankings with the talent that the Wolf Pack have on offense.

8. San Diego State

Projected starter: Ryan Agnew

The San Diego State starting quarterback position is not one of the more glamorous ones in the league. So, stats will not be piled up with Agnew but what he does need to do is be efficient, make the throws he is asked to and make sure to not turn the ball over. Being a senior helps Agnew being familiar with the system and players, but Rocky Long brought in Jordon Brookshire for some competition.


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