Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN writer Edward Aschoff ranked the SEC quarterbacks in his preseason position rankings article Monday and pegged LSU at No. 10.

Mississippi State, who returns with Dak Prescott in 2015 landed at No. 1.

1. Mississippi State
2. Tennessee
3. Auburn
4. Texas A&M
5. Missouri
6. Arkansas
7. Kentucky
8. Georgia
9. Alabama

10. LSU: Les Miles seems a lot more confident in the battle between Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris than he did last year, but we still don’t know what to expect from either. Jennings started 12 games last season but completed just 48.9 percent of his passes and crossed the 200-yard mark only once. Harris could be a star, but focus is everything with him. In one start last season, he went 3-of-14 for 58 yards in a blowout loss to Auburn.
11. Ole Miss
12. Florida
13. South Carolina
14. Vanderbilt
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Mulerider107 months
That's only because if you are rated high you can't over perform.
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Corch Urban Myers107 months
That should be good news for LSU. It's always when you are underrated that you overperform.
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UserName69107 months
Golden, does it really matter what Edward Aschoff thinks? Don't get your panties in a wad about this.
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GoldenAge107 months
Wow, so an Alabama team with questions at the QB spot with no experience there is better than us? I understand jeremy Johnson at auburn has high expectations, but to have him at #3 is a bit stunning to me.
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beauchristopher107 months
Towles was very hot and cold.
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