Steele Jantz has a good arm, very good speed and athletism, and good size. He is still very raw at quarterback and he does well against average competition, but struggles against very good and superior defenses where his athletism and speed are above that of the defense. Does not progress through his reads and will sometimes struggle to find the open man. He lacks the accuracy, precison, and sharp mental game he needs to do well against the better teams. He has plenty of upside, but lacks the experience and mental/leadership at the position to excel. Jared Barnett has speed and quickness and does a very good job at running the zone read. Does not have the size, vision, and arm to be a consistently effective passer. He is not as effective this year because of the loss of Kelechi and Hicks in run blocking. He has limited upside because he is somewhat one dimensional because he can not make all of the throws and can not find the open receivers consistantly. Defenses figured out what he could and could not do. Sam Richardson has the quickness and speed to run the zone read. He has an accurate arm which is essential to the success of screens and short game. The receivers get the ball in the right location that gives them extra yards. He moves through the progressions well, sells the pump fakes and double WR moves. He is the most complete quarterback of the 3 and the best fit for this offense. The 2 1/2 quarters against Kansas was the most effective offense under Paul Roads. He needs to bulk up a little to take the hits from the more elite defenses. I did not see any drop passes as the ball had the right touch and accuracy. I like our chances against WV.