Top 10 College Quarterbacks of 2007
White hasn't been as electric as last season, but he's still a terror to stop in the Mountaineers' spread option. The junior has thrown for nine touchdowns and just two interceptions, while running for 500 yards and eight scores.
Lewis may be the most underappreciated player in the Big Ten. The dual-threat QB averages 303.5 total yards per game and boasts 24 total touchdowns.
Having to battle for the starting job prior to the season, this redshirt freshman has been shockingly good through eight games. Ranking second in the nation in passing efficiency, Bradford has thrown 20 touchdown passes and just five interceptions.
Harrell easily leads the nation in passing yards per game (443.50) and he's not just carelessly winging the ball around the field, as evidenced by his 32-to-7 touchdown-to-interception ratio and 72.6 percent completion rate.
Ryan is flourishing under new head coach Jeff Jagodzinski, who runs a more wide-open offense than former Eagles coach Tom O'Brien. Ryan, a legitimate Heisman Trophy candidate, has guided Boston College to a 7-0 start and No. 2 ranking -- the school's highest since 1942.
Daniel's helping Missouri forget about record-setting QB Brad Smith with relative ease. Daniel ranks fifth in the nation in passing yards per game (326.14). In Missouri's impressive 41-6 rout of Nebraska, Daniel passed for 401 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 72 yards and a pair of scores.
Dixon is the best dual-threat QB west of Tebow. The senior battled inconsistency through his first three years at Oregon, but he's put it all together in 2007. The explosive playmaker averages 306 total yards per game.
The Cardinals have been one of the season's biggest letdowns, but it's definitely not Brohm's fault. Louisville's veteran signal caller ranks third in passing yards per game (374.13). Brohm will probably be the highest quarterback taken in next year's NFL Draft.
Woodson is the leader of this upstart Kentucky team. The senior has thrown 26 touchdown passes to just four interceptions. In the past two games against LSU and Florida, Woodson's combined for 665 yards passing and nine total touchdowns.
Forget about his youth. In his first year as Florida's starting signal-caller, Tebow is playing like a bona fide veteran. With a 17-to-3 touchdown-to-interception ratio and 66 percent completion rate, the super soph leads the nation in passing efficiency. Through seven games, Tebow has rushed for 578 yards and 10 touchdowns.