There has been plenty of talk this season about the exceptional play of Florida Gators CB Quincy Wilson. Many people think he’s better than his more vocal counterpart, Jalen “Teez” Tabor.
But if you want insight into just how good Wilson has been this season, take a look at the quarterback rating of opposing passers have had when targeting the star corner.
SEC cornerbacks allowing the lowest QB Rating on passes thrown their way
Quincy Wilson, UF, 0.4
Tre White, LSU, 23.6
John Gibson, MIZ, 28.2
— PFF College Football (@PFF_College) October 18, 2016
According to Pro Football Focus, Wilson has the lowest QB rating allowed in the SEC, an absurdly low 0.4. For context, the FBS quarterback with the lowest QB rating among qualified passers is Oregon State’s Darrell Garretson, whose rating is 86.8.
But even more impressive is that Wilson’s QB rating allowed is also more than 23 points better than the next closest SEC player, LSU’s Tre’Davious White. Wilson has outplayed every other defensive back in the SEC, including Tabor, by what is probably the biggest possible margin.