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But that’s easier said than done. Many people think that Fields will eventually become the starter this season which is crazy to think about. If Head Coach Kirby Smart does decide to go that route than Fields better be the next Deshaun Watson. Starting out the freshman in a tough SEC is a risky move to say the least.

Kentucky

Heading into this fall, the Wildcats’ quarterback unit is by far the worst in the conference. Now before all you Kentucky fans come after me understand this: I’m not saying it will be that way during the season.

The Wildcats simply don’t have a single quarterback with even a second of playing time in Division I football. No other team in the SEC can say that. However, even with that lack of experience everything isn’t all doom and gloom Lexington.

The competition is between Terry Wilson and Gunnar Hoak who are both talented. Wilson is incredibly fast and is a good runner, while Hoak may be the more polished pocket passer.

However, both had inaccurate springs and neither separated. Not having a truly good quarterback has held back a very talented UK squad, and it will do so again this fall if neither Wilson or Hoak can prove to be consistent.

Missouri

Remember how I said that Stidham was debatably the most pro-ready quarterback in the SEC? Well that debate exists because of Missouri’s Drew Lock. Lock set the conference on fire last season, and he also carried a mediocre Missouri squad to a winning season.

Expect more of the same this year as most of the offense around him returns. Lock is a prototypical pocket passer with his great size and arm strength. However, like Fitzgerald he needs to work on his accuracy as he only completes 57% of his passes.

If he becomes more accurate, then I think it’s very possible the Tigers could finish second in an SEC East that’s wide open after Georgia. This guy might just be the No. 1 overall pick next spring if Missouri has a breakout year.

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South Carolina

Jake Bentley had mountains of hype heading into his sophomore season after he showcased a lot of talent in his first year in Columbia. The results were pretty average as he led the Gamecocks to a much improved 9-4 record.

Now that South Carolina has proved they are a good team in the SEC, they need to take that next step into becoming a great team. That begins and ends with Bentley. If he can take that next step and have a Drew Lock-type of season, then the Gamecocks will make some serious noise this fall.

If he stays at around the same level he is at now, then expect another season like last year for the Gamecocks.

Tennessee

After a truly terrible season last year the Volunteers are turning the page with a new head coach and possibly a new quarterback. Graduate transfer Keller Chryst comes over from Stanford to bring assistance to a passing attack that badly needs it.

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The other day, my kids and I were having one of these strength-and-weakness conversations, when Seuss asked about superpowers . He asked me what his superpower would be, and I told him that he’s the Ambassador of Joy. His superpower is that hespreads happiness. And that is a wonderful superpower to have. Then, he asked me what my superpower would beand, without thinking, I replied, Coclico Womens Izzy Boot Ball Black/Cubic Black 0ygdNv
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