The quarterback recruitment schedule in high school is earlier than other positions one per class because of the value of the position and because most schools are only manned. While quarterback recruitment in the 2021 class is largely complete, it is just beginning to warm up to the 2022 class. Here’s a look at the top five quarterback prospects for 2022 still available in South Central.
Recruiting: The listings for Weigman didn’t stop this fall as he continues to emerge as a household name in the state of Texas. Sources close to the Houston area quarterback indicated that a recent Florida overture, and particularly in the SEC’s offerings, played a large role in Weigman’s interest in baseball. A recent offer from Oklahoma could also grab his attention. It seems inevitable that Texas A&M and Texas will also compete in the race at some point.
Review: Another standout two-man athlete from Houston, Weigman has a living arm with fantastic mobility. It has enough juice to throw lasers out of numbers with ease and can fit balls into very narrow windows. There are some aspects of his game that need strengthening, but Weigman maneuvers well in the pocket and is always a threat to stash it and run. He’s enjoying a junior breakout campaign that should make him one of the best in the country.
Recruiting: Klubnik’s recruiting gained momentum after a junior season of contributing part-time towards a state championship degree. Klubnik’s bid sheet, now the undisputed leader of this team, is full of overtures from Georgia, Mississippi State, Missouri, LSU and Washington. The Longhorns are the latest to offer the local star playing his high school ball just down the street from Texas.
Evaluation: With a larger sample than QB1 for Austin Westlake, Klubnik was impressed that he can move around in his pocket and attack all areas of the field with his arm. Klubnik is good at throwing on the move, dodging pass rushers and is a threat to both start and escape. Klubnik has the ability to move left and right and maintain accuracy. It develops one of the highest rated criminal offenses in the state.
Recruiting: Teams noticed Locke as he was delivering pennies to former five-star recipient Jaxon Smith-Njigba, who continues to play as a freshman in Ohio. North Carolina, Wake Forest and Rice offered the Rockwall Passersby this season, joining Miami, Arkansas, SMU and Kansas who had offered earlier in the process.
Evaluation: Locke is an efficient, accurate passer who can hand out passes and tear up a defense in the short field or in the attack field. That year he anchored a comeback against Ewers’ Southlake Carroll roster, which served as a reminder of Locke’s prowess in the big game. Locke throws with excellent rhythm and timing and is quick to diagnose mismatches in passing.
Recruiting: As an underclassmen in Rockwall and then Dunne, Orji received offers from Oklahoma, Baylor, Arkansas, Texas Tech, Kansas and Minnesota. Since finding a home with Sachse, he’s added Virginia Tech, Nebraska, and even a Vanderbilt offering in which his brothers play. Due to the lack of visits and camps, Orji has been unable to attend various schools lately, but we suspect Oklahoma, Baylor, and Vandy are likely contenders. Much also depends on Orji’s position preference – if he wants to develop himself further as a passerby or consider a change to a skill position in attack or defense. All are certainly doable.
Evaluation: Orji is a real athlete who fills the quarterback position. He is large-framed (6-foot-2, 205) with massive arms and the risk of playing with his legs in the open. Orji does the majority of his throws in amazing ways – throwing on the run or throwing a pass down, or looting defenders on his way to pay-dirt. Orji’s brothers played linebacker and security, but he sticks with the quarterback. While not a high profile passerby, he has raw, game-breaking skills
Recruiting: During an atypical off-season, Hoover received new offers from North Texas, Arkansas and the state of Illinois, and added overtures from Nevada, New Mexico and Tulsa after its junior campaign began. Due to COVID-19, Hoover has not yet visited a college campus or explored new offerings.
Rating: The 6-foot-2, 205-plus-pound Hoover is a tall frame quarterback who enjoys a stellar fall. Hoover, who despite his size is very agile in his pocket and knows his way around long games, handles pressure well and is difficult to dismiss. Hoover throws well on the run and can throw in rifles if he moves left or right, which makes containment all the more dangerous.
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