The accolades keep coming for WVU quarterback Jarret Doege after a solid week two performance. This time, he has received quite the honorable recognition.
The 5 Heisman favorites after Wk 2🏆 pic.twitter.com/qEDt8licaX
— PFF College (@PFF_College) September 15, 2020
Pro Football Focus released their “Heisman favorites after week two,” and Doege found himself slotted in the fifth spot on the list. The Bowling Green transfer had a solid outing against Eastern Kentucky — finishing 19-for-25 passing while adding 228 passing yards and three passing touchdowns. PFF graded Doege as the second best signal-caller of week two in the entire nation, tied with Spencer Rattler of Oklahoma. He was given a grade of 93.7.
Highest-graded QBs in Wk 2 of College Football:
1. Trevor Lawrence, Clemson – 94.2
2. Spencer Rattler, Oklahoma – 93.7
2. Jarret Doege, WVU – 93.7
4. Kenny Pickett, Pitt – 92.6 pic.twitter.com/kzwQ1LxGTj
— PFF College (@PFF_College) September 13, 2020
It is still very early, but if Doege can continue to piece together performances similar to Saturday’s, he will only continue to be noticed in the national spotlight.