ACC quarterback rankings have been updated entering Week 11.

Drake Maye continues to strengthen his hold on the No. 1 spot. Malik Cunningham and MJ Morris both made big jumps this week after solid performances in Week 10.

Here’s Saturday Road’s updated ACC QB power rankings for Week 11:

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

Grant Wells slides back to No. 14 this week after throwing for 164 yards and one interception on 25 attempts vs. Georgia Tech last week. Wells has struggled all season.

13. Jacurri Brown, Miami (Last week: N/A)

Jacurri Brown didn’t start vs. Florida State, but he did get the majority of the reps. Tyler Van Dyke was removed due to injury again and Jake Garcia threw just two passes. Brown could get the start this weekend vs. Georgia Tech.

12. Brennan Armstrong, Virginia (Last week: 14)

Brennan Armstrong moves up two spots this week because he was, at times, effective as a passer and runner in UVA’s loss to North Carolina in Week 10. It’s been a nightmare season for Armstrong and the Cavs, but they showed some signs of turning things around vs. the Tar Heels.

11. Carlos Del Rio-Wilson, Syracuse (Last week: N/A)

Carlos Del Rio-Wilson made his first start for Syracuse this week, and the results were not good. He completed just 8-of-23 passes in a loss to Pitt. He snags the No. 11 spot on the strength of his appearance vs. Notre Dame in Week 9.

10. DJ Uiagalelei, Clemson (Last week: 6)

DJ Uiagalelei struggled again vs. Notre Dame in Week 10. It feels like Uiagalelei’s grasp on the starting job is starting to loosen. Cade Klubnik could earn the starting gig as early as this weekend vs. Louisville.

9. Kedon Slovis, PIttsburgh (Last week: 9)

Kedon Slovis holds on to the No. 9 spot after guiding the Panthers to a win over Syracuse last week. He has just five touchdown passes and six interceptions on the season.

8. Emmett Morehead, Boston College (Last week: N/A)

Emmett Morehead played in place of Phil Jurkovec last week, and he was solid. He threw for 330 yards and four touchdowns in a 38-31 loss to Duke. The Eagles were missing several key players on offense, but Morehead made things look relatively easy.

7. Zach Pyron, Georgia Tech (Last week: 12)

True freshman Zach Pyron has been great for Georgia Tech in his limited opportunities this season. He threw for 253 yards and rushed for 66 more in the Jackets’ win over Virginia Tech last week.

6. MJ Morris, NC State (Last week: 8)

In an exciting development for NC State, true freshman MJ Morris seems to be legit. He out-dueled Sam Hartman last week and threw for three touchdowns in a win over the Demon Deacons.

5. Malik Cunningham, Louisville (Last week: 7)

Cunningham moves up two spots this week. He did throw for three touchdowns against James Madison, but he may not be fully healthy yet. He hasn’t rushed for 50+ yards in a game in over a month.

4. Sam Hartman, Wake Forest (Last week: 4)

Another game, three more turnovers for Sam Hartman. He hangs on to the No. 4 spot only because of his history and the lack of great choices elsewhere in the ACC.

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

Riley Leonard is one of the ACC’s best stories this season. He’s been one of the conference’s best passers this season and ranks third in the ACC in yards per carry, too. Duke is bowl eligible in Year 1 under Mike Elko largely because of Leonard’s performances.

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

Jordan Travis keeps the No. 2 spot this week after a remarkably-efficient performance at Miami over the weekend. Travis has led FSU to wins over the Canes in back-to-back seasons.

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

Drake Maye has held the top spot for several weeks now, and he’s arguably the most talented quarterback in the country. That doesn’t mean he’s going to win the Heisman, but he’s certainly trending toward at least a spot in New York City. He has 30 touchdown passes through the first nine starts of his career.