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Where Terry Wilson Ranks in PFF’s SEC Quarterback Rankings

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Pro Football Focus ranked the SEC starting quarterbacks 1-14 after the first three weeks of the 2020 SEC football season.

Kentucky senior quarterback Terry Wilson, who returned from a torn patellar tendon he suffered last season, is inside the top ten at No. 9 on the list.

“Not much has changed with Wilson since we last saw him before his injury in 2018. He had the second-worst grade under pressure in the FBS that year and is struggling again when under duress in 2020, as he has the second-worst grade in the SEC. Wilson has been a bit more conservative on a throw-for-throw basis — perhaps a little too much. His 6.3 average depth of target is the second-lowest in the SEC, and that lack of aggressiveness has played a part in the Wildcats generating positive EPA on 36% of their pass plays — the worst in the conference. Wilson is holding onto the ball way too long at times and settling for a checkdown. He had shown off his mobility on the ground, though, especially in Week 6 against Ole Miss when he busted off five carries of 10-plus yards on 20 attempts.”

Here is how PFF ranks each quarterback in the SEC through three games.

  1. Mac Jones, Alabama
  2. Myles Brennan, LSU
  3. Matt Corral, Ole Miss
  4. Feleipe Franks, Arkansas
  5. Kyle Trask, Florida
  6. Connor Bazelak, Missouri
  7. Stetson Bennett, Georgia
  8. Kellen Mond, Texas A&M
  9. Terry Wilson, Kentucky
  10. Bo Nix, Auburn
  11. Collin Hill, South Carolina
  12. K.J. Costello, Mississippi State
  13. Jarrett Guarantano, Tennessee
  14. Ken Seals, Vanderbilt

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