Though the 2022 college football season is over,
there are still a few opportunities for potential top draft prospects to have their projections rise or fall.
The quarterback position has caught the attention of many, as the battle for QB1 has apparently not yet been settled.
The Chicago Bears hold the No. 1 overall pick but don’t necessarily need a quarterback.
This leads many to believe the pick will be traded to a team that is looking to draft a quarterback.
Whether or not the pick is traded, the question remains: who will be the first quarterback selected?
Analysts believe it is between Alabama’s Heisman-winning quarterback Bryce Young and Kentucky’s Will Levis.
Breaking down the career stats between the two may assist in deciding which quarterback is deserving of going No. 1 overall.
Note: Stats included will feature every year the quarterback played at the collegiate level.
Young’s numbers are from 2020-2022, Levis’s numbers are from 2019-2022.
Completion percentage Bryce Young: 65.8% Will Levis: 64.9%
Total Passing Yards Bryce Young: 8,356 yards Will Levis: 5,876 yards
Passing Yards per Attempt Bryce Young: 8.8 yards Will Levis: 8.0 yards
Passing Touchdowns Bryce Young: 80 TDs Will Levis: 46 TDs
Interceptions Bryce Young: 12 INTs Will Levis: 25 INTs