Alabama's Jalen Hurts and Georgia's Jacob Eason were the SEC freshman quarterbacks getting all the notice last season, but don't forget about Ole Miss' Shea Patterson. Although he got a much later start in 2016, Patterson gave the Rebels a glimpse of what he could do in the team’s final three games. After taking over for the injured Chad Kelly, Patterson completed nearly 55 percent of his passes for 880 yards with six touchdowns and three interceptions while also running for 169 yards.

More importantly he's a player you need to SEE.


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