EA College Football 25 fan account projects Garrett Greene as top-rated QB in game

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With the EA Sports College Football 25 video game set to release in July -- the first edition of a college football video game in a decade -- information is slowly leaking out on what the game will look like. But one thing yet to be announced is the individual player ratings in the game.

College Pigskin, an 'X' account that labels itself as a "tools and resources" account for the game which is also behind a similar account for other sports video games, announced their projections for the top-rated quarterbacks in the game based on 2023 PFF grades and other analysis. For West Virginia fans, a familiar name pops up on the list.

Greene is projected as the fifth-overall quarterback in the game with a grade of 90.9 overall, with the writer of the article calling Greene "a true dual-threat" that likely will be "unpredictable and challenging for defenses." They also have seperate lists for the Top 10 passing quarterbacks and rushing quarterbacks -- while Greene clocks in at tenth on the passing list, he is projected as the top overall rusher and described as "exceptional at finding gaps."

In the only WVU clip seen so far from the new game, Greene doesn't seem measure up to this standard as he tosses an interception as he scrambles out of pocket. Greene's actual rating in the game and subsequent ability as a game-changer for users remains to be seen, but we won't have to wait long -- the game will drop on July 19th, with early access to the Deluxe Edition beginning on July 16th.