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Rivals.com's QB Power Rankings

Top signal-callers as spring practice kicks into gear

Posted: Monday April 2, 2007 12:27PM; Updated: Tuesday April 10, 2007 11:48AM
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Rank Name School Year* Ht./Wt. Hometown
1. Colt Brennan Hawaii Sr. 6-3/205 Irvine, CA
How many more records can he break next season?
2. Brian Brohm Louisville Sr. 6-4/224 Louisville, KY
His return should help Louisville deal with all its other changes.
3. John David Booty USC Sr. 6-3/215 Shreveport, LA
His Rose Bowl effort made him a Heisman favorite.
4. Chad Henne Michigan Sr. 6-2/224 Wyomissing, PA
He will direct arguably the most star-studded offense in the nation.
5. Pat White West Virginia Jr. 6-2/190 Daphne, AL
White and Steve Slaton are the best one-two punch in the game.
6. Erik Ainge Tennessee Sr. 6-6/220 Hillsboro, OR
Tennessee fans are hoping his knee will recover quickly.
7. Colt McCoy Texas So. 6-3/195 Tuscola, TX
He went from afterthought to folk hero in less than a year.
8. Graham Harrell Texas Tech Jr. 6-3/197 Ennis, TX
That Insight Bowl rally is a sign of good things to come.
9. Andre' Woodson Kentucky Sr. 6-5/230 Radcliff, KY
He was the most prolific passer in the SEC last year.
10. Matt Ryan Boston College Sr. 6-5/215 Exton, PA
BC is one of the few ACC teams without quarterback concerns.
*When the 2007 season begins.
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