Thursday, January 17, 2013
Poll: ACC's most improved QB in 2013
By Heather Dinich
Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd is the big name. He's the face of the ACC heading into the 2013 season. Boyd is the league's best Heisman hopeful, its headliner.
That's because of the quantum leap he made between his first and second seasons as a starter. He slimmed down, made better decisions, and ran the offense with more confidence.
Which quarterback in the ACC will follow that path this fall? Which one will be the most improved? Several teams in the ACC will be breaking in new starters, or players who will be in their first season as full-time starters. Others return veterans who need to step up their game in order to help their teams stand a chance at contending in their respective divisions. Cast your vote now and predict which one will be the most improved this fall.