How did we do? QB Edition

The most hotly contested, debated, and scrutinized of all positions is QB. The hit rate is 50-60% at best. Trying to project out as a freshman in high school probably drops hit rates even further. That said, we took a swing. We take a look at our top 4 from our previous rankings and where they stand now.

  1. Julian Lewis – After ESPN tabbed Lewis as the #1 HS prospect regardless of class, we thought, at least we’re not alone. Lewis can literally pick anywhere he wants to go after a jaw-dropping freshman campaign at Carrollton High. It’s a futile exercise to list offers… as we said, he can pick anywhere he wants to go.
  2. Brady Smigiel – A very long, big-arm QB, Smigiel has 20+ offers and has burst on the scene. His offers include Georgia, Michigan, and FSU.
  3. Ryder Lyons – Lyons doesn’t boast all of the offers that the top 2 do, but he’s not lacking. It was his film that really created buzz from our guys. He currently has offers from Oregon, Colorado, and others. A list we only see growing.
  4. Jared Curtis – Curtis was ranked 4th and has quickly become the name to know. Curtis has over 20 offers, including Bama, Georgia, and Ohio State. He could factor into being one of the top 5 guys in the entire country by the time it’s over and done with.

Names to watch out for:

Noah Grubbs – Initially ranked as the #18 QB in the class, Grubbs is a grown man. Grubbs is sitting around 10 offers that include Notre Dame, Texas A&M, and The U.

Quinn Murphy – Ranked as the #23 QB in the class, Murphy’s recruitment has picked up some steam lately.

Semaj Beals – We had him ranked, but the more data that’s come in about him certainly projects him higher. He’s close to 15 offers, including Bama, Penn State, and Maryland.