1. Wisconsin's Danny O'Brien - 6'3 - 215 lbs - Sr(R) - 90 OVR Stats: 67% - 1126 yds - 11 TD - 1 INT While not the highest rated player, O'Brien excells with decision making. He has only turned the ball over once all season while leading his team to an undefeated record so far. He may miss on some throws (85 THA), but when he hits, its for a big gain. 2. Oregon's Bryan Bennett - 6'3 - 205 lbs - Jr(R) - 90 OVR Stats: 67% - 1183 yds - 10 TD - 3 INT --- 49 rush - 206 yds - 5 TDs - 0 Fumb Coach sonn looks to be taking more to the spread this year using Bennetts legs. He has 15 total TDs and only 3 TO's. While his team did lose a game, he has been nothing short of phenominal through 5 weeks. The offense will never be the reason this team losses with Bennett at the helm. 3. USC's Cody Kessler - 6'1 - 211 lbs - So(R) - 84 OVR Stats: 68.5% - 1505 yds - 13 TD - 6 INT Kessler is a solid Pocket Passer and has filled in nicely after Barkley's departure. He is tops in completion percentage and yards in the NCAA but has throw 6 INTs and has fumbled 2x from the pocket. His succeptability to the turnover and less physical skills has him only at #3 for now on this list. Others to watch: SC Connor Shaw - Good QB but a subpar completion percentage at 60%. He is 2nd in the NCAA in yardage, but at less efficiency than the other QBs. He could very easily move up this list as his team progresses and he completes more passes. Cal Allan Bridgeford - Solid efficiency but barely over a 2:1 TD:INT ratio. If he can be more productive while cutting out the turnovers, he can make a move up the list. Bama AJ McCarron - Excellent Pocket Passer with 65% efficiency and a 12:3 TD:INT ratio but only 13th in yards. He has lead his team to 4-0 after a bad 2012 campaign, so he could be comeback player of the year.