There’s a new No. 1 in Saturday Road’s ACC quarterback rankings: North Carolina’s Drake Maye.

Maye made the leap this week after leading North Carolina to another road win in Week 6 at Miami. The Tar Heels are now 5-1 on the season and remain undefeated on the road.

There was movement elsewhere on the list as well with quarterbacks like Tyler Van Dyke, Jeff Sims and Devin Leary.

Here’s Saturday Road’s updated QB rankings entering Week 7:

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

Grant Wells had one of his better games of the season vs. Pitt but it’s hard to justify putting him anywhere but No. 14. Good news for the Hokies is that Malachi Thomas is back and looked good vs. the Panthers last week.

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

Virginia nearly took a 17-0 lead on Louisville at home last weekend, and then Brennan Armstrong fumbled in the red zone. The 10-0 lead evaporated pretty quickly and eventually became a 17-point loss. Armstrong threw 2 more interceptions.

12. Brock Domann, Louisville (Last week: N/A)

Brock Domann stepped in for an injured Malik Cunningham last week and delivered a massive road win. He fully took advantage of Virginia’s disorganization on defense. Credit where credit is due.

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

Kedon Slovis did a great job of handing the ball off Israel Abanikanda last week, which is really the only priority for Pitt’s offense at this point.

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

Sims moves up 2 spots for his second-straight ACC win. His season-long numbers are still pretty underwhelming but he — and Georgia Tech’s offense as a whole — has been much better since Geoff Collins’ dismissal.

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

Boston College was always going to be out-matched in this game but Jurkovec really struggled vs. Clemson. Just 188 passing yards on 40 attempts.

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

Devin Leary slips a spot this week because of an underwhelming performance vs. Florida State — and a potentially serious injury that could keep him out this week vs. Syracuse.

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

Tyler Van Dyke needed to have a big performance vs. North Carolina, and he delivered. He threw for almost 500 yards in a home loss to the Tar Heels. Miami has to find a way to get its running game going.

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

Tough game for Riley Leonard and the Duke offense. The Blue Devils had a golden opportunity to move to 5-1 on the season, but lost to Georgia Tech. It was his worst game of the season, too, as he threw for just 136 yards on 42 attempts. Bounce-back opportunity at home this week vs. UNC.

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

Garrett Shrader moves up a spot on his bye week. His passing volume is lower than most of the starters in the ACC, but he’s making the most out of his opportunities. He’s averaging 9.6 yards per attempt and has a 10-to-1 TD-to-INT ratio.

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

Travis had a rough second half in Raleigh last weekend, throwing interceptions on FSU’s final 2 drives of a 19-17 loss to NC State. But he sticks at No. 4 because the other QB’s in this range were either off or were similarly disappointing.

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

Another week, another solid DJ Uiagalelei performance. His first-half interception vs. Boston College was a bit of a hiccup but he’s still the biggest reason why Clemson’s offense has improved so much in 2022.

2. Sam Hartman, Wake Forest (Last week: 1)

Hartman falling to No. 2 is much more a reflection of what Maye has done this year and less about Hartman. He’s having another excellent season and has Wake Forest in position to win 10+ games for the second straight year.

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

It was time for Drake Maye to take over the top spot. At the halfway point of the season, his numbers are better than Hartman’s across the board — even when factoring in Hartman’s absence in Week 1.

Maye leads the conference in completion percentage (min. 130 attempts), passing yards, yards per attempt, passing touchdowns, passer efficiency rating and passing yards per game. Oh yeah, and he only has 3 interceptions and is averaging over 50 rushing yards per game as well. Maye is doing all of this in his first exposure to being a starting quarterback. He’s the best QB the ACC has had in years.