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Where The Top-10 QB's In 2019 Class Are Projected To Commit

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BLACKSBURG, VA - NOVEMBER 17: A general view of an end zone pylon during the game between the Virginia Tech Hokies and North Carolina Tar Heels at Lane Stadium on November 17, 2011 in Blacksburg, Virginia. (Photo by Geoff Burke/Getty Images)

Here's where they're headed.

The 2017 college football season is over, and the 2018 recruiting class is all but complete. Earlier this month the remaining recruits from across the country decided where they'll be playing their college football.

Only a few high school recruits and junior college prospects remain on the recruiting trail. With the 2018 class nearly complete, it's time to look ahead to the 2019 class.

Georgia and Ohio State dominated the 2018 class, and the Bulldogs already have a strong hold on the top class for next year as well. One thing Kirby Smart and company don't necessarily need in the 2019 class is a star quarterback.

Georgia started true freshman Jake Fromm in 2017, and has 5-star quarterback recruit Justin Fields coming into the fray for 2018. With the quarterback position locked up for Georgia, let's look at who has the potential to land the top quarterbacks in the 2019 class.

1 - Spencer Rattler: Oklahoma

2 - Grant Gunnell: Texas A&M

3 - Bo Nix: Auburn

4 - Dylan Morris: Washington

5 - Sam Howell: Clemson

6 - Hank Bachmeier: Minnesota

7- Michael Johnson Jr: Oregon

8- Roschon Johnson: Texas

9- Taulia Tagovailoa: Alabama

10 - Dwan Mathis: Michigan State

Two Tagovailoa's at Alabama? It's definitely a possibility going forward.

Tua was thrust into the national spotlight after relieving starter Jalen Hurts in the national title game against Georgia. He led the Crimson Tide to a comeback victory in overtime, and has a good chance to take over as the starter in 2018.

Will we see the Tagovailoa brothers battle to become Alabama's starter in 2019?