Week 5 of ACC action is in the books.

The very top of this list remains the same, with Sam Hartman and Drake Maye solidifying their place amongst the elite over the weekend. But there’s plenty of movement outside the top 2 on this list, especially with Jordan Travis and Devin Leary coming up short in losses.

Here’s Saturday Road’s QB rankings entering Week 6:

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

It’s hard to see Grant Wells moving up in future weeks after the performance he and the Hokies offense turned in over the weekend at North Carolina. It might be time for Brent Pry to take a look at South Carolina transfer Jason Brown.

13. Brennan Armstrong, Virginia (Last week: 13)

Brennan Armstrong has a passer efficiency rating of 103.62, which easily the worst in the ACC entering Week 6. If it doesn’t improve, it will be the worst efficiency rating from an ACC quarterback since Syracuse’s Rex Culpepper in 2020. We know Armstrong is capable of significantly more than this — so what’s going on, Tony Elliott?

12. Jeff Sims, Georgia Tech (Last week: 14)

Finally some good news for Jeff Sims and Georgia Tech as they picked up an upset win over Pitt this weekend. Sims rushed for 81 yards and 1 touchdown.

11. Kedon Slovis, Pittsburgh (Last week: 8)

What on earth happened in Pittsburgh this week? The Panthers fell to Georgia Tech at home just days after the Yellow Jackets parted ways with Geoff Collins. Kedon Slovis presided over perhaps the worst loss any ACC team has suffered this season. He threw for 305 yards and 3 touchdowns, but some of that production came in garbage time.

10. Tyler Van Dyke, Miami (Last week: 10)

Miami is opting to stick with Tyler Van Dyke despite his benching vs. Middle Tennessee and his underwhelming start to the 2022 season. Van Dyke has a big opportunity this week against a bad North Carolina defense.

9. Phil Jurkovec, Boston College (Last week: 11)

Nice game for Phil Jurkovec against Louisville this week. He threw for 3 touchdowns as the Eagles won their first ACC contest of the season.

8. Malik Cunningham, Louisville (Last week: 9)

Louisville picked up a tough loss last week after Malik Cunningham was not able to finish the game due to an injury. He’s still effective as a runner, but he’s not having a good year passing the ball so far.

7. Devin Leary, NC State (Last week: 3)

There was some hesitation in dropping Devin Leary outside of the top 3, but it’s time. He failed to exploit Clemson’s vulnerable secondary on Saturday night. On the year, Leary’s passer efficiency rating of 133.92 ranks 9th in the ACC. What is happening to the ACC’s Preseason Player of the Year?

6. Garrett Shrader, Syracuse (Last week: 7)

Another great game for Garrett Shrader, even considering the opponent. He threw for 238 yards and scored 3 total touchdowns in a 59-0 win over Wagner.

5. Riley Leonard, Duke (Last week: 6)

Riley Leonard continues to impress. He scored 3 total touchdowns in Duke’s blowout win over Virginia this week. He’s 5th in the ACC in passer efficiency rating and has 261 rushing yards already this season.

4. Jordan Travis, Florida State (Last week: 4)

Jordan Travis was solid in FSU’s loss to Wake Forest over the weekend, but he certainly could have been better. Still, his 281 yards and 3 touchdowns prove he’s coming along as one of the best in this league.

3. DJ Uiagalelei, Clemson (Last week: 5)

DJ Uiagalelei breaks into the top 3 for the first time this season after his masterful performance vs. NC State over the weekend. He continues to look more and more comfortable in Clemson’s offense with each passing week. Clemson’s offensive line shoring up and its receiver corps coming together helps a lot, too.

2. Drake Maye, North Carolina (Last week: 2)

While Hartman retains the top spot, it’s becoming clear who the most naturally talented QB in this conference is: Drake Maye. The redshirt freshman scored 5 total touchdowns again this week. This time it was against a Virginia Tech defense that has been pretty solid to this point in the season. He’s a superstar.

1. Sam Hartman, Clemson (Last week: 1)

Sam Hartman didn’t put up gaudy numbers in Wake Forest’s win over Florida State this weekend. But rest assured, the Noles’ defense won’t want to see him again any time soon. Hartman and the Demon Deacons converted 10-of-18 3rd down attempts and all 3 4th down tries in their win. Overall, it was another brilliant performance.