5. Jarrett Guarantano
But we’ve also seen plenty of good things, and heard some very positive chatter, about Guarantano. He looks more confident heading into his second year on campus and he has impressive tools across the board. It’s tough to judge Guarantano vs. Dormady in simple throwing drills overall. Guarantano, like Josh Dobbs, very well might be at his best when the play breaks down and he needs to use his feet to either pick up yards or create time to throw. That’s not something we’ve been able to see very much of this spring so far, but the coaches love his athleticism overall.