This is a list of notable Tennessee Volunteers football team quarterbacks and the years they participated on the Tennessee Volunteers football team.
|*||Selected to All-SEC Team|
The following players were notable quarterbacks for the Tennessee Volunteers since UT joined the Southeastern Conference in 1933.
|Year||Name||Class||First career start||Number
|2017||Jarrett Guarantano||Fr.||October 14||6||1–5|
|Quinten Dormady||Jr.||September 4||5||3-2|
|Will McBride||Fr.||November 11||1||0-1|
|2016||Joshua Dobbs||Sr.||13||9-4||Music City Bowl MVP, All-SEC Second Team|
|Joshua Dobbs||So.||5||4-1||Taxslayer Bowl MVP|
|Joshua Dobbs||Fr.||November 2||4||1-3|
|Nathan Peterman||Fr.||September 21||1||0-1|
|Justin Worley||Fr.||October 29||3||1-2|
|2010||Matt Simms||Jr.||September 4||8||2-6|
|Tyler Bray||Fr.||November 6||5||4-1|
|Nick Stephens||Fr.||October 4||6||2-4|
|2007||Erik Ainge||Sr.||14||10-4||Outback Bowl MVP|
|Jonathan Crompton||Fr.||November 11||1||0-1|
|2004||Erik Ainge||Fr.||October 2||6||4-2||SEC Offensive Freshman of the Year|
|Rick Clausen||Jr.||November 20||4||3-1||Cotton Bowl Classic Offensive MVP|
|Brent Schaeffer||Fr.||September 5||3||3-0|
|C.J. Leak||Jr.||October 12||1||0-1|
|James Banks||Fr.||November 16||1||1-0|
|2001||Casey Clausen||So.||13||11-2||Florida Citrus Bowl MVP|
|2000||Casey Clausen||Fr.||October 21||7||6-1|
|A.J. Suggs||Fr.||September 16||4||1-3|
|Joey Matthews||So.||September 2||1||1-0|
|1999||Tee Martin||Sr.||12||9-3||All-SEC First Team|
|1998||Tee Martin||Jr.||September 5||13||13-0||Led Tennessee to the 1998 National Championship. He broke the NCAA record for consecutive completions.|||
|1997||Peyton Manning||Sr.||13||11-2||1997 Heisman Trophy Runner Up. Davey O'Brien Award. Consensus All-American. SEC Player of the Year.
All-SEC First Team. SEC Championship MVP. Florida Citrus Bowl MVP
|1996||Peyton Manning||Jr.||12||10-2||Third Team All-American. All-SEC Second Team.|
|1995||Peyton Manning||So.||12||11-1||All-SEC First Team.|
|1994||Peyton Manning||Fr.||September 24||8||7-1||SEC Freshman of the Year|
|Todd Helton||Jr.||September 10||3||1-2||Played in 1994 until Peyton Manning took over primary QB duties. Went on to play Major League Baseball.|
|Jerry Colquitt||Sr.||September 3||1||0-1|
|1993||Heath Shuler||Jr.||12||10-2||1993 Heisman Trophy Runner Up. SEC Player of the Year. All-SEC First Team.|
|1992||Heath Shuler||So.||September 5||12||9-3||Hall of Fame Bowl MVP|
|Daryl Dickey||1985||Became starter after Robinson injury - Team beat Miami in Sugar Bowl|
|Tony Robinson||1984–1985||In 1985 was considered a Heisman candidate until season ending knee injury.|
|Jim Gaffney||1943||1943 season suspended due to WWII|
|Johnny Butler||1941||Butler wore number 22.|
The following quarterbacks were the predominant quarters for the Volunteers each season after the establishment of the Southern Conference until the establishment of the Southeastern Conference.
|Deke Brackett||1931–1932||Led Tennessee along with Beattie Feathers to 1932 Southern title.|||
|Bobby Dodd||1928–1930||Twice All-Southern. Later coached Georgia Tech to the 1952 National Championship. One of only three elected to the College Football Hall of Fame as both player and coach.|||
|D. Vincent Tudor||1927–1929|
|Roe Campbell||1921–1924||Awarded the Porter Cup in 1922. Campbell attended Tusculum College before Tennessee, where he is a member of its sports Hall of Fame|||
The following quarterbacks were the predominant quarters for the Volunteers each season after the establishment of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association until the establishment of the Southern Conference.
|Willis McCabe||1919||Won The Porter Cup|
|Buck Hatcher||1916||Led the Vols to their second SIAA title. The New York Times ranked him as the season's premier punter.|
|Bill May||1914–1915||Led Tennessee to 1914 SIAA title, the first championship of any kind for the program. This season also featured Tennessee's first victory over Vanderbilt|||
|J. C. Loucks||1906–1907|
|Sax Crawford||1901–1902||He coached Tennessee in 1904, scoring the first ever win over Alabama.|
|J. G. Logan||1900|
|C. L. Bryan||1899|
|D. C. Chapman||1896|
The following players were the predominant quarters for the Volunteers each season the team was a non-conference independent team, following the birth of Tennessee football.
|Howard Ijams||1891–1893||First Volunteer quarterback to play Vanderbilt.|||
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