Top 5 Passing Yards
1.Tyler Wilson Arkansas 467
2. Maxwell Smith Kentucky 353
3. Tyler Russell Mississippi State 312
4. AJ McCarron Alabama 304
5. Zach Mettenberger LSU 272
AJ McCarron 29/42, 304 yds, 2 TDs, 3 Ints
Phillip Sims, 9/12, 135 yds, 1 TD
Philip Ely, 10/18, 83 yds, 1 TD
*ESPN: "At the end of the day it's for the fans and we just want to kind of make it fun for them and make some crazy plays at the same time that we probably wouldn't do in a real game," McCarron said. "Coach always says, 'Just have fun,' and I had a lot of fun today."
Tyler Wilson 31/41, 467 yds, 2 TDs
Brandon Mitchell 8/13, 72 yds (White), 30 yds, 1 TD (Red)
*AP:The performance also left no doubt that the near future at Arkansas is in good hands with both Wilson and running back Knile Davis.
Kiehl Frazier 7/9, 92 yds
Clint Moseley 5/6, 62 yds
Zeke Pike 5/11, 48 yds
Tate O'Connor 0/1
*ESPN: Frazier finished 7-of-9 for 92 yards and showed off his ability to scramble around and make plays. Still, Chizik said the quarterback competition would extend into the summer. Clint Moseley was plagued by a sore throwing shoulder for much of the spring.
Zach Mettenberger 14/25, 272 yds, 2 TDs, 2 Ints
*ESPN: "We're definitely going to be aggressive this coming season," Mettenberger said. "But we're going to do whatever we can to win ball games."
Tyler Russell 24/43, 312 yds, 2 TDs
Dak Prescott 295 yds, 1 TD
*ESPN: It's obvious the Bulldogs have tweaked their offense to take advantage of Russell's ability to throw the ball from the pocket, and they threw it quite a bit this spring.
Bo Wallace 16/26, 240 yds, 2 TDs, 1 Int
Barry Brunetti 4/10, 62 yds, 14 rush, 136 rush yds
*Bleacher Report: The quarterback position has been up for grabs this spring, but Bo Wallace grabbed control of the race Saturday afternoon.
Jameill Showers 20/31, 203 yds, 2 TDs
Johnny Manziel 13/27, 154 yds, 1 TD, 1 Int
*ESPN: Both quarterbacks had their moments, but there were also times when the offense stalled once it crossed the 50. Overall, sophomore Jameill Showers probably had the better spring, but offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury said he wasn't ready to make a decision and that redshirt freshman Johnny Manziel remained in the hunt.
Jacoby Brissett 9/16, 233 yds, 2 TDs
Jeff Driskel 12/14, 147 yds, 1 TD(Run)
*AP: Florida's quarterback competition will continue in the fall - and without a front-runner - after Jacoby Brissett and Jeff Driskel failed to separate themselves during four weeks of practice and Saturday's spring game.
Aaron Murray 7/17, 112, 1 TD
Christian Lemay 7/10, 154 yds, 1 TD
Hutson Mason 9/12, 133 yds, 1 TD
*GeorgiaDogs.com:"It was a great day for Georgia," Coach Mark Richt said. "I feel like everyone enjoyed the game. I thought there were a lot of offensive plays that were made today. When you look at it, the defense was scoring points, too. I thought both sides of the ball played well. It was exciting."
Maxwell Smith 29/45, 353 yds, 2 TDs, 2 Ints
*UKAthletics.com: There were plenty of positive signs for the first team, both offensively and defensively. Sophomore quarterback Maxwell Smith had a big day through the air, throwing for 353 yards on 29-of-45 passing. With senior quarterback Morgan Newton sidelined due to a shoulder injury, Smith shined.
Corbin Berkstresser 13/20, 187 yds, 1 TD, 1 Int
*Bleacher Report: With Franklin out, all eyes were on redshirt freshman quarterback Corbin Berkstresser, and he had a solid afternoon.
Connor Shaw 6/7, 128 yds, 2 TDs
Dylan Thompson 15/20, 168 yds
Tanner McEvoy 8/12, 132 yds, 2 TDs
*Bleacher Report:Collectively, they were 39-54 for 511 yards and six TDs. There were two INTs, but overall, the signal-callers looked good. Connor Shaw's day really stood out.
Tyler Bray 14/26, 157 yds, 1 TD
*ESPN:Junior quarterback Tyler Bray also played much better than he did a year ago in a woeful spring game showing. He was 14-of-26 for 157 yards and threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to tight endMychal Rivera. Bray's added maturity this spring is what earned him the most points with his coaches.
Jordan Rodgers 14/29, 126 yds, 2 TDs
Austyn Carta-Samuels 6/12, 47 yds
Patton Robinette 3/9, 24 yds
*VUCommodores.com: "Last year, we did (the Wildcat) with Zac Stacy, who did some nice things, but he also made (poor) decisions throwing," Franklin said. "With a guy (Josh Grady) that has played quarterback, I think that's going to help. He can run the ball and he's a legitimate threat to throw the ball. I think that's going to help us."