USC ranked 10th ‘most comfortable’ QB situation in Pac-12

A report from Jon Wilner of The Mercury News ranks the USC Trojans as the 10th “most comfortable” quarterback situation in the Pac-12.

From The Mercury News:

The talent and uncertainty are both extreme in Trojanland. J.T. Daniels has reclassified as a senior but won’t enroll until the summer, which means no spring practice … Which means he’ll have loads to learn in training camp in order to start Week One … Which means there’s a decent chance Sears (or Matt Fink) is under center in the first few weeks, before the joystick is handed over to the wunderkind from Mater Dei.

Replacing Sam Darnold under center is USC’s primary goal this offseason. The blue-chip NFL Draft prospect, while turnover-prone at times, was a deadly playmaker for the Trojans last season. True freshman J.T. Daniels may very well be pegged as his replacement.

Here’s the full list of Pac-12 quarterback comfort ratings from Wilner:

  1. Arizona
  2. Oregon
  3. Arizona State
  4. Washington
  5. Stanford
  6. Cal
  7. Utah
  8. UCLA
  9. Colorado
  10. USC
  11. Oregon State
  12. Washington State

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