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On3 Impact 300: College football quarterback rankings see shakeup after Week 2

Nikki Chavanelle09/15/22
On3 Impact 300 College football quarterback rankings see shakeup after Week 2 Bryce Young Caleb Williams CJ Stroud

Heading into Week 3 of the college football season, On3’s top 25 quarterbacks in the On3 Impact 300 have shifted dramatically after some very telling performances in Week 2 games.

The On3 Impact 300 has been re-analyzed and re-ranked to provide the best picture of the top quarterbacks across the country. The On3 Impact 300 rankings also factor into the calculations for the On3 NIL Valuation.

After throwing for 213 yards and a score, and running for 38 yards, including a critical fourth-quarter first down, Alabama Crimson Tide signal-caller Bryce Young remains No. 1 in the post-Week 2 rankings. It’s hard for the Heisman Trophy winner to amaze after his 2021 season but he did it once again versus Texas on Saturday.

Following Week 2 victories, Will Levis, Sam Hartman and Dillon Gabriel all jumped into the top 10. Hartman went 18-for-27 for 300 passing yards and four touchdowns in his season debut.

Like Hartman, Maryland quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa went from unranked to top 25 after Week 2. He posted a whopping 87% completion rate on Saturday versus Charlotte. He finished the game with 391 passing yards, four passing touchdowns, and a rushing touchdown.

Florida Gators quarterback Anthony Richardson has ridden a wave in the rankings through two weeks. After his Week 1 performance prompted a way-too-early Heisman campaign for the Gainesville native, he dropped to No. 19 amongst the elite quarterbacks for his performance versus Kentucky.

Check out the new top 25 quarterback rankings in the On3 Impact 300 ahead of Week 3.

On3 Impact 300: Top 25 Quarterbacks after Week 2

  1. Bryce Young, Alabama (previous rank – 1)
  2. Caleb Williams, USC (2)
  3. CJ Stroud, Ohio State (4)
  4. Drake Maye, North Carolina (5)
  5. Will Levis, Kentucky (12)
  6. Stetson Bennett, Georgia (8)
  7. Hendon Hooker, Tennessee (9)
  8. Tyler Van Dyke, Miami (7)
  9. Sam Hartman, Wake Forest (n/r)
  10. Dillon Gabriel, Oklahoma (25)
  11. Will Rogers, Miss State (17)
  12. Spencer Sanders, Oklahoma State (10)
  13. Jake Haener, Fresno State (22)
  14. Jaren Hall, BYU (20)
  15. KJ Jefferson, Arkansas (11)
  16. Garrett Shrader, Syracuse (21)
  17. Taulia Tagovailoa, Maryland (n/r)
  18. Grayson McCall, Coastal Carolina (13)
  19. Anthony Richardson, Florida (3)
  20. Chase Brice, App State (14)
  21. Cam Rising, Utah (29)
  22. Tanner Mordecai, SMU (19)
  23. Spencer Rattler, South Carolina (28)
  24. Clayton Tune, Houston (15)
  25. Aidan O’Connell, Purdue (32)