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Grading The Bearcats Class – Quarterbacks

With Tony Pike headed to the NFL, Butch Jones found himself with two junior to be quarterbacks and a sophomore to be signal caller coming off injury. So Jones and staff put their sights on finding help and on Wednesday signed two talented players capable of making a difference. How did the Bearcats grade out at the quarterback position? Let's break it down.

While other may walk away from giving recruiting classes grades, BearcatInsider.com has been issuing grades since the Class of 2005. During that time we've told you players like Mike Mickens and Connor Barwin would play major roles during their careers. Now, the Class of 2010 has signed and it's time to give out our grades. Keep in mind the following. Don't judge the class on overall team...

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