10. Cole Kelley – Arkansas
Kelley got a decent amount of playing time as a true freshman and won the starting job heading into the 2018 season, except then Ty Storey played well in Week 1 after coming in for the relatively ineffective Kelley. Both then played against Colorado State, with Storey getting the start.
Kelley was better of the two this time around, coming in to start the second half and leading consecutive touchdown drives, but it wasn’t enough to hold off a 27-9 lead. The Razorbacks lost 34-27 to the Rams. It was not a good showing for first-year head coach Chad Morris.
He needs to land on one quarterback and go with that guy. Kelley played better against better competition, but he has been inconsistent and hardly done enough to win the job outright.
“If you have two quarterbacks, you really have none” could not be more true for this team.