A lot of times in college football, the outlook for a team can be determined by who’s taking snaps under center. Having a good quarterback doesn’t always result in wins, but it usually helps.

Which quarterbacks are considered the best heading into the 2021 season? It’s a tough topic to debate, but Pro Football Focus (PFF) ranked all 130 of the projected starting quarterbacks for the upcoming year. Not many B1G passers found their name near the top.

Indiana’s Michael Penix Jr. was the highest-rated quarterback out of the B1G, coming in at No. 5 on the list. That was a full 15 spots ahead of the B1G’s second-highest-ranked quarterback, Ohio State’s C.J. Stroud.

That’s a pretty sizable gap.

No other B1G quarterbacks cracked the Top 25 and only two others were listed inside the Top 50 — Graham Mertz (Wisconsin) and Tanner Morgan (Minnesota). Two quarterbacks — Iowa’s Spencer Petras and Northwestern’s Ryan Hilinski — were both ranked lower than No. 100.

Here’s a look at where all 14 projected B1G starting quarterbacks ranked, according to PFF:

5. Michael Penix Jr., Indiana

20. C.J. Stroud, Ohio State

26. Graham Mertz, Wisconsin

36. Tanner Morgan, Minnesota

37. Taulia Tagovailoa, Maryland

60. Jack Plummer/Aidan O’Connell, Purdue

62. Payton Thorne/Anthony Russo, Michigan State

70. Cade McNamara/Alan Bowman, Michigan

75. Adrian Martinez, Nebraska

88. Sean Clifford, Penn State

94. Noah Vedral, Rutgers

96. Brandon Peters, Illinois

112. Spencer Petras, Iowa

116. Ryan Hilinski, Northwestern

You can view the complete list of all 130 college quarterbacks from PFF here.