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Exclamation Athlon: Ranking Conference USA's signal-callers for 2019

3. Tyler Johnston, UAB

The reigning Conference USA champions return only eight starters, but despite the hefty turnover on both sides of the ball, coach Bill Clark’s team will be in the mix for a repeat. A big reason for that is an expected breakout campaign by Johnston. After a redshirt year in 2017, the Alabama native was expected to work as the backup to A.J. Erdely in ’18. However, Erdely played in nine games due to injury, allowing Johnston to showcase his potential. Over 13 appearances, Johnston threw for 1,323 yards and 11 touchdowns and ranked second on the team with 359 yards and four rushing scores. He also capped 2018 with a monster performance in the Boca Raton Bowl, gashing Northern Illinois’ defense for 401 total yards and four passing touchdowns.
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RE: Athlon: Ranking Conference USA's signal-callers for 2019
the guy from southen miss at #6 is too low
I will class him at # 2 in the west
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