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ESPN's Top 10 SEC Quarterbacks For 2014

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Chris Low with ESPN.com, put together a list of his top 10 SEC quarterbacks for 2014, and Auburn's Nick Marshall was at the top of the list.

Here is his complete Top 10:

1. Nick Marshall, Sr., Auburn
2. Dak Prescott, RJr., Mississippi State
3. Bo Wallace, RSr., Ole Miss
4. Maty Mauk, RSo., Missouri
5. Jacob Coker, RJr., Alabama
6. Jeff Driskel, RJr., Florida
7. Dylan Thompson, RSr., South Carolina
8. Hutson Mason, RSr., Georgia
9. Justin Worley, Sr., Tennessee
10. Brandon Allen, RJr., Arkansas
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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Displaced - 11 months ago
Worley shouldn't be on the list. Dude is Garbage. Dobbs will be starting by game 4.
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Carolina101 - 11 months ago
Dylan is way too low.
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Pavoloco83 - 11 months ago
I think Maty Mauk is going to turn some heads this year. Should be higher on this list.
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ColoradoElkHerd - 11 months ago
Wouldn't take this list seriously, the last two Heisman's were won by freshman and this may be the 3rd year in a row.
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ChexMix - 11 months ago
Really? How many games did his team win last year?
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Landmass - 11 months ago
Brother Wallace #3? Please. He's the easy #1.
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