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Morgantown, West Virginia – Despite a quarterback battle taking place for the Mountaineers, many national media outlets have started to assume that Garrett Greene will be WVU’s signal-caller this fall. The Florida native relieved J.T. Daniels at the tail end of the 2022 and did quite well, leading WVU to their first win over Oklahoma since joining the Big 12.
An Iowa State social media account on Twitter recently revealed their rankings for the Big 12’s starting quarterbacks in 2023. Greene, who will have to earn the position in his competition with Nicco Marchiol, came in at dead last in the conference, ranking 14th out of 14 quarterbacks in the Big 12.
SPRING 2023 BIG12 QUARTERBACK RANKINGS:
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— 🌪 Avg Ball Knower (@CycloneRetroSN) March 28, 2023
Of course it is still way too early to make a truly accurate ranking of the quarterbacks in the conference, but we can assume that Greene will feel very disrespected by these rankings.