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On3 Impact 300: Week 3 performances shuffle top quarterback rankings

Nikki Chavanelle09/20/22
On3 Impact 300 Week 3 performances shuffle top quarterback rankings Bryce Young KJ Jefferson Michael Penix
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On3’s top 25 quarterbacks in the On3 Impact 300 are on the move again after Week 3 performances added more data and anecdotes to consider.

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.

Thanks to some exceptional play, the first seven quarterbacks remain in their slots from Week 3 without movement. There were two quarterbacks, however, that opened analysts’ eyes to their potential after several weeks of good play.

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Arkansas QB KJ Jefferson threw for 385 yards on Saturday versus Missouri State and accounted for three scores, rising to No. 8 in the new rankings. Meanwhile, Washington signal-caller Micheal Penix came in from outside the top 25 to No. 9 going into Week 4. Penix is now second in the nation in passing yards after throwing for 397 yards and four scores in the win over Michigan State.

After the Week 3 shakeups, Jake Haener, Anthony Richardson, Spencer Rattler, Clayton Tune lost their top-25 spots.

LSU’s Jayden Daniels, Ole Miss’s Jaxson Dart and Tulsa’s Davis Brin debuted in the rankings after leading their teams to key Week 3 wins. Daniels had his best game of the season so far in the divisional matchup versus Mississippi State. He threw for 210 yards and a touchdown while also accumulating 93 rushing yards and another TD with his feet.

Check out the new top 25 quarterback rankings in the On3 Impact 300 ahead of Week 4.

On3 Impact 300: Top 25 Quarterbacks after Week 3

  1. Bryce Young, Alabama (previous rank – 1)
  2. Caleb Williams, USC (2)
  3. CJ Stroud, Ohio State (3)
  4. Drake Maye, North Carolina (4)
  5. Will Levis, Kentucky (5)
  6. Stetson Bennett, Georgia (6)
  7. Hendon Hooker, Tennessee (7)
  8. KJ Jefferson, Arkansas (15)
  9. Michael Penix, Washington (30)
  10. Dillon Gabriel, Oklahoma (10)
  11. Sam Hartman, Wake Forest (9)
  12. Spencer Sanders, Oklahoma State (12)
  13. Will Rogers, Mississippi State (11)
  14. Jaren Hall, BYU (14)
  15. Jaxson Dart, Ole Miss (n/r)
  16. Taulia Tagovailoa, Maryland (17)
  17. Grayson McCall, Coastal Carolina (18)
  18. Garrett Shrader, Syracuse (16)
  19. Tyler Van Dyke, Miami (8)
  20. Jayden Daniels, LSU (n/r)
  21. Davis Brin, Tulsa (n/r)
  22. Aidan O’Connell, Purdue (25)
  23. Cam Rising, Utah (21)
  24. Tanner Mordecai, SMU (22)
  25. Chase Brice, App State (20)