The weekly Big East Confab is out and this past week, we took a look at the conference's senior quarterbacks. The three in question are Pitt's Tino Sunseri, Syracuse's Ryan Nassib, and B.J. Daniels. The question? Who will have the best season?
Put me in the camp that thinks Sunseri will improve in 2012, maybe even to the point where he even contends with the other two (just check out his 2010 numbers in a pro set offense, which he'll be returning to under Paul Chryst). But realistically, it's hard to take a leap of faith to put him at the level of Daniels and Nassib. Out of those two, I think it's really a coin flip. Nassib's improved each of his three years at Syracuse and to me, he's probably the slightly better quarterback. Daniels has never completed 60% of his passes, but the fact that he has most of his receivers back from last year including Sterling Griffin and Deonte Welch makes me lean towards him.
Be sure to head over to Big East Coast Bias for everyone else's answers. Sunseri even got a vote, so that's worth checking out.