Final SEC QB stat rankings from 2021 season

In 2021, the SEC had an interesting batch of quarterbacks.

Heisman-winner Bryce Young at Alabama was a young star and will certainly be expected to return just as dominant in 2022. Matt Corral from Ole Miss certainly made sure NFL front offices knew what he was capable of this past season.

Others across the conference either saw their career blossom or tank, some even decided to leave their respective programs all together via the NCAA transfer portal.

A lot of fans, media members and analysts talk about the ‘eye test,’ and how stats don’t tell the full story.

Well, in some cases, stats are exactly what they need.

The full quarterback stat rankings from the 2021 college football season may make you think twice about who the top-tier passers in the conference are.

Passes yards

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Bryce Young, Alabama – 4,872

Will Rogers, Mississippi State – 4,739

Matt Corral, Ole Miss – 3,349

Hendon Hooker, Tennessee – 2,945

Stetson Bennett, Georgia – 2,862

Will Levis, Kentucky – 2,826

Max Johnson, LSU – 2,816

Emory Jones, Florida – 2,734

KJ Jefferson, Arkansas – 2,676

Connor Bazelak, Missouri – 2,548

Bo Nix, Auburn – 2,294

Zach Calzada, Texas A&M – 2,185

Ken Seals, Vanderbilt – 1,181

Mike Wright, Vanderbilt – 1,042

Completion Percentage

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Will Rogers, Mississippi State – 73.94%

Hendon Hooker, Tennessee – 68.21%

Matt Corral, Ole Miss – 67.88%

KJ Jefferson, Arkansas – 67.35%

Bryce Young, Alabama – 66.91%

Will Levis, Kentucky – 66.01%

Connor Bazelak, Missouri – 65.25%

Emory Jones, Florida – 64.74%

Stetson Bennett, Georgia – 64.46%

Bo Nix, Auburn – 60.99%

Max Johnson, LSU – 60.32%

Ken Seals, Vanderbilt – 56.70%

Zach Calzada, Texas A&M – 56.10%

Mike Wright, Vanderbilt – 53.14

Yards per attempt

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Stetson Bennett, Georgia – 9.97



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