The ACC had another strong slate of performances in Week 2.

Miami’s Tyler Van Dyke was the headliner, as he led Miami to a big win over Texas A&M with 5 touchdown passes.

Jordan Travis, Drake Maye and Riley Leonard also helped their teams to big wins in Week 2. There’s movement in the middle of the rankings as well, as a few quarterbacks have been underwhelming to start the 2023 season.

Here are Saturday Road’s updated ACC quarterback rankings entering Week 3:

14. Phil Jurkovec, Pitt (Last week: 9)

What happened to Phil Jurkovec? He went 10-for-32 against a Cincinnati defense that’s not expected to be anything special this year. His lackluster day resulted in a brutal loss for Pitt. Jurkovec has completed just 49.1% of his passes so far this season.

13. Anthony Colandrea, Virginia (Last week: N/A)

Anthony Colandrea was excellent in his first career start against James Madison, but the Cavaliers lost 36-35. However, it seems Colandrea will be moved back to the backup role behind Tony Muskett this week as Virginia prepares to face Maryland.

12. Grant Wells, Virginia Tech (Last week: 13)

Grant Wells is questionable this week against Rutgers with an ankle injury. It might be time for the Hokies to see what they have in transfer quarterback Kyron Drones.

11. Thomas Castellanos, Boston College (Last week: 12)

Thomas Castellanos got the start against Holy Cross and put up some pretty good numbers. He threw for 201 yards and 2 touchdowns on 23 attempts. He also rushed for 69 yards in the win. Castellanos is a dynamic player.

10. Brennan Armstrong, NC State (Last week: 6)

It was a tough week for Brennan Armstrong against Notre Dame. I was expecting big things from his this year as he reunited with his old Virginia offensive coordinator Robert Anae. He currently ranks dead last by a considerable margin in the ACC for passer efficiency rating. There’s still time to turn things around, but this isn’t a good start.

9. Cade Klubnik, Clemson (Last week: 10)

Week 2 was kind to Cade Klubnik, who threw for 4 touchdowns and 315 yards against Charleston Southern. The turnover issue is still there, however. Klubnik has the upside to be one of the top-ranked quarterbacks on this list, but he has to be more consistent across the board.

8. Mitch Griffis, Wake Forest (Last week: 8)

Mitch Griffis has been good this season, but I’m interested to see what he looks like against ACC competition. We won’t get that answer this week as the Demon Deacons are set to take on Old Dominion in Week 3.

7. Haynes King, Georgia Tech (Last week: 11)

Haynes King is quietly off to an outstanding start for the Yellow Jackets. He’s 2nd in the ACC in passer efficiency rating through 2 weeks. He’d be much higher on this list if not for the questionable track record prior to 2023. He has a chance to make a big statement this weekend against Ole Miss.

6. Jack Plummer, Louisville (Last week: 7)

Jack Plummer has been good so far in Jeff Brohm’s offense. The veteran has a passer efficiency rating that ranks 7th in the ACC. He’s got the Cardinals at 2-0 entering this week’s road test against Indiana.

5. Garrett Shrader, Syracuse (Last week: 5)

Like 2022, Garrett Shrader is off to an incredible start. The question will be whether or not he can sustain it as the competition level increases. But for now, he’s averaging 10.1 yards per attempt with a 5-to-1 TD-to-INT ratio. Can’t argue too much with that.

4. Riley Leonard, Duke (Last week: 3)

Riley Leonard has been great so far this season, but slips a spot due to Tyler Van Dyke’s performance in Week 2. Leonard does only have 1 touchdown pass so far this year. However, he’s 1 of only 2 qualified ACC quarterbacks who has yet to throw an interception in 2023. He also ranks 10th nationally in ESPN’s Total QBR metric.

3. Tyler Van Dyke, Miami (Last week: 4)

Tyler Van Dyke moves up a spot after throwing 5 touchdowns against Texas A&M in Week 2. Van Dyke now leads the ACC with a passer efficiency rating of 200.20. He’s averaging 11.1 yards per attempt so far in 2023.

2. Jordan Travis, Florida State (Last week: 2)

Jordan Travis made it look easy in Week 2 against Southern Miss and exited the game early in the 3rd quarter. Travis is in complete control of Florida State’s offense, which has the potential to be amongst the best in the country.

1. Drake Maye, North Carolina (Last week: 1)

Drake Maye has not been as efficient as he was a year ago as a passer, but it’s hard to complain too much when the Tar Heels are 2-0. Maye still passes the eye test — he looks comfortable and has helped UNC to a 61.54% conversion rate on 3rd down, which leads the ACC and is 5th nationally. However, Maye does need to increase his overall efficiency if he’s going to hold onto the top spot moving forward.