Big Ten quarterbacks were all the rage in 2014, including perhaps the best season in the career of newcomer Rutgers’ quarterback Gary Nova and one of the strangest, but most intriguing stories of all-time happening as two different backup quarterbacks led Ohio State to a national title.
However, 2015 promises to be a lot different, with no fewer than eight (and likely nine) spots wide open this spring and summer. It means that over half of the league will be in flux at the most talked about position on the field.
That doesn’t mean what is returning isn’t good, in fact there are three options available at one school that any other Big Ten school would love to have. Did JT Barrett, Cardale Jones and Braxton Miller all make the top 5 list?
Let’s find out.