Tim Welch 62-327
Kerry Jackson 47-298
Joe Washington 28-214
Joe Wylie 34-204.
* Jackson had a strong arm but needed a lot of work on how to use it. For the 1972 season, he completed 11 of 38 for 144 yards and four interceptions.
“Threw it really hard,” said Hill, who actually was the top quarterback recruit in the class. “Probably wasn’t as accurate. That would have come.”
Hill said Jackson “wasn’t bitter at all,” after he had to sit out the 1973 season and Steve Davis took the reins of the team. “Always good. Always got along with everybody. Nice guy.”
Heck, Hill has his own could-have-been story. Hill suffered a should injury in August 1972 and chose not to attend classes, delaying his freshman season until ’73. Had Hill played in ’72, he might have been ahead of Davis in spring ’73 when Jackson was ruled in eligible.
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