Davey O’Brien Winners, Best Quarterback

    The Davey O'Brien winners: Who’s 2015’s best college football quarterback? Who were the top ten quarterbacks?

    December 10, 2015


    Davey O’Brien: Who’s the best college football quarterback of 2015?


    Davey O’Brien Award

    Presented to the nation’s best quarterback by the Davey O’Brien Foundation

    Davey O’Brien Award Finalists

    Trevone Boykin, Sr. TCU
    Baker Mayfield, Jr. Oklahoma
    Deshaun Watson, Soph. Clemson

    Who’s Going To Win? Watson

    Fiu’s Ballot 1. Watson, 2. Mayfield, 3. Boykin

    Best Player Not On Ballot: Greg Ward, Jr., Jr. Houston

    Ten Best Quarterbacks of 2015

    1. Deshaun Watson, Soph. Clemson
    2. Baker Mayfield, Jr. Oklahoma
    3. Trevone Boykin, Sr. TCU
    4. Greg Ward, Jr., Jr. Houston
    5. Brandon Doughty, Sr. WKU
    6. Matt Johnson, Sr. Bowling Green
    7. Keenan Reynolds, Sr. Navy
    8. Paxton Lynch, Jr. Memphis
    9. Chad Kelly, Jr. Ole Miss
    10. Dak Prescott, Sr. Mississippi State

    Davey O’Brien Award Winners

    2014 Marcus Mariota, Oregon
    2013 Jameis Winston, Florida State
    2012 Jonny Manziel, Texas A&M
    2011 Robert Griffin, Baylor
    2010 Cam Newton, Auburn
    2009 Colt McCoy, Texas
    2008 Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
    2007 Tim Tebow, Florida
    2006 Troy Smith, Ohio State
    2005 Vince Young, Texas
    2004 Jason White, Oklahoma
    2003 Jason White, Oklahoma
    2002 Brad Banks, Iowa
    2001 Eric Crouch, Nebraska
    2001 Eric Crouch, Nebraska
    2000 Chris Weinke, Florida State
    1999 Joe Hamilton, Georgia Tech
    1998 Michael Bishop, Kansas State
    1997 Peyton Manning, Tennessee
    1996 Danny Wuerffel, Florida
    1995 Danny Wuerffel, Florida
    1994 Kerry Collins, Penn State
    1993 Charlie Ward, Florida State
    1992 Gino Torretta, Miami
    1991 Ty Detmer, BYU
    1990 Ty Detmer, BYU
    1989 Andre Ware, Houston
    1988 Troy Aikman, UCLA
    1987 Don McPherson, Syracuse
    1986 Vinny Testaverde, Miami
    1985 Chuck Long, Iowa
    1984 Doug Flutie, Boston College
    1983 Steve Young, BYU
    1982 Todd Blackledge, Penn State
    1981 Jim McMahon, BYU

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