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Analyst Names Big 10's Worst QB Situation For 2019

A general view of Rutgers football stadium.

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - NOVEMBER 19: A general view during the first half of a game between the Cincinnati Bearcats and Rutgers Scarlet Knights at Rutgers Stadium on November 19, 2011 in New Brunswick, New Jersey. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

It's never too early to start making projections for the upcoming college football season. We have some new ones regarding the Big Ten.

A college football analyst has ranked the Big Ten's quarterback situations from best to worst heading into the 2019 season.

What programs have the best quarterback situations in the league? What programs have the worst?

According to one college football analyst, the worst quarterback situation, unfortunately, resides at Rutgers.

247Sports' Sam Hellman has named Rutgers' quarterback situation the worst in the league.

From his ranking:

14. Rutgers

Sophomore Artur Sitkowski has a lot of talent with some good days ahead of him, but it is hard to overlook the numbers of what was his freshman season. A four-touchdown, 18-interception season under offensive coordinator John McNulty and head coach Chris Ash is the definition of growing pains. Add in former prized recruit Johnathan Lewis bouncing between quarterback and tight end and the departure of fifth-year senior captain Giovanni Rescigno and Rutgers has some developing to do this spring.

This doesn't come as too much of a surprise. Rutgers has struggled to get consistency from the quarterback position for a while and, while Sitowski is talented, he's fairly unproven.

You can view the full quarterback rankings for the 2019 season here.