Five Star QBs


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Five Star QBs
When Clemson received a commitment from the top player in the Class of 2018, it sent another sign to the rest of college football. Clemson is a national recruiting power and getting Trevor Lawrence is another step to the Tigers staying among the elite of college football.

To be clear, not all five-star quarterbacks make it big in college football. In fact, only about half actually turn out to be all-conference type players.

What Clemson has done is recruit two five stars and three four stars in the last three classes. Strength in numbers means Clemson's staff has given the program great competition at the position.

Here is a look at the last ten years of five-star quarterbacks according to rivals.com:

2017
Hunter Johnson-Clemson
Kellen Mond-Texas A&M
Notes: Johnson is the nation's top passing quarterback while Mond is the top dual threat QB for the class of 2017.

2016
Jacob Eason- Georgia
Shea Patterson-Ole Miss
Notes: Eason and Patterson showed great signs in their true freshman seasons. Eason passed for 2,266 yards with 14 touchdowns and eight picks. At times he looked great, but other times he looked like a lost freshman. Patterson started the last three games of his freshman season and threw for 880 yards with six TDS and three interceptions.

2015
Josh Rosen-UCLA
Notes: Rosen had a great true freshman season. He threw for 3,670 yards with 23 TDs and 11 interceptions. He played half of his sophomore season before getting injured against Arizona State.

2014
Deshaun Watson-Clemson
Kyle Allen-Texas A&M
Notes: Watson has had an amazing career. He has 9,489 yards with 86 TDs and 30 picks in leading Clemson to two ACC title and two College Football Playoff appearances. Allen played two years at A&M but sat out this year as a transfer to Houston. He has over 3,500 yards with 33 TDs and 14 picks.

2013
Max Browne-USC
Christian Hackenburg-Penn State
Notes: Browne waited his turn at Southern Cal his first two seasons and became the starter this year before being beaten out. He is transferring to Pitt. Hackenburg started as a true freshman at Penn State. In his three years, he passed for 8,318 yards with 48 touchdowns and 31 picks. he was a second-round pick of the New York Jets.

2012
Jameis Winston-FSU
Gunner Kiel-Notre Dame
Notes: Winston red-shirted at FSU but made a huge splash as a red-shirt freshman when he won the Heisman Trophy and helped the Noles to a national title. In two seasons at FSU, he passed for 7,964 yards with 65 TDs and 28 picks. He lost one game in college. Winston was the top pick in the NFL Draft and made the Pro Bowl last season. Kiel had a rocky career. He committed to Indiana then LSU before signing with Notre Dame. He then transferred to Cincinnati.

2011
None

2010
None

2009
Matt Barkley-USC
Garrett Gilbert-Texas
Russell Shepard-LSU
Notes: Barkley had a huge career at SC. He had 12,327 yards with 116 TDs and 48 picks. He was a fourth-round pick in the NFL. Gilbert did not have a great career at Texas and later transferred to SMU. He did throw for 9,761 yards and 49 TDs in college. He was a sixth-round pick in the NFL Draft. Shepard never played QB in college. He moved to WR at LSU.

2008
Terrell Pryor-Ohio State
Blaine Gabbert-Missouri
Dayne Crist-Notre Dame
Notes: Pryor had a terrific career at OSU but ran into troubles with the NCAA and left after three years. He is currently a WR in the NFL. Gabbert had a solid career at Missouri with 6,822 yards with 40 TDs and 18 interceptions. He went on to become a first-round pick in the draft. Crist had an up and down career at Notre Dame but transferred to Kansas.


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