10. Steadman Shealy
Shealy isn’t often regarded as one of the best Alabama quarterbacks and this might be due to the fact that he played in the wishbone offense. In 1979 he finished tenth in the Heisman voting while only throwing four touchdowns passes and completing just 45 of his attempts. What made him so great was his ability to run the wishbone offense. In his career he finished with 1,393 yards rushing and 11 touchdowns on 269 attempts, while completing 59-of-his-106 passing attempts for just 924 yards, five touchdowns and five interceptions.
He was so good at running the offense that he helped lead the Crimson Tide to the 1979 National Championship, running right through all of their opponents in the process.