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Top Quarterback Recruiting Prospects

Boerne, Texas high school football

Elite Scouting Services released their Top 100 recruiting prospects.  We have broken them down by position for our ongoing series.  These are the best recruiting prospects across the Texas high school football world.

Quarterbacks (6)

Quinten Dormady, Boerne, 6’4, 210
The Tennessee verbal missed the entire 2013 season due to a shoulder injury. As a sophomore, Dormady threw for 3,010 yards and 27 touchdowns to earn District 27-3A Offensive MVP honors. Expect a huge season from Dormady and the Greyhounds in 2014.

Ben Hicks, Waco Midway, 6’2, 200
Hicks is coming off an outstanding summer having performed well at the Elite 11 camp. The Houston commit threw it all over the yard as a junior, finishing with 3,741 yards and 36 touchdowns to earn Second Team 8-5A All-District honors. Huge numbers are likely forthcoming for Hicks in 2014.

Justin McMillan, Cedar Hill, 6’2, 175
McMillan performed well enough at an LSU camp that the Cedar Hill product was offered and committed to the Tigers. As a junior, McMillan earned a Second Team All-District selection after throwing for 2,367 yards and 29 touchdowns. McMillan has a loaded offense at his disposal for the Longhorns this season.

Kyler Murray, Allen, 5’10, 185
A Texas A&M verbal, Murray was a USA Today First Team All-American, a rare feat for a junior signal caller. Murray has led Allen to two straight state championships and finished with 3,669 yards and 46 touchdowns in 2013. Murray electrified the ground game as well, rushing for 1,274 yards and 19 scores and also was named District MVP in 10-5A.

Jarrett Stidham, Stephenville, 6’2, 190
Stidham earned District 7-3A Most Valuable Player honors as a junior after throwing for 2,613 yards and 30 touchdowns. Stidham, who has pledged to Texas Tech, also compiled 821 yards and 14 touchdowns on the ground for Stephenville.  Stidham is hoping to help the Yellow Jackets claim a 4A-Division I state title in 2014.

Chason Virgil, West Mesquite, 6’2, 170
Virgil fought off the injury bug early on during his junior season and never really fully recovered. Virgil threw for 1,440 yards and 11 touchdowns while adding 298 rushing yards and another three touchdowns. Virgil is verbally committed to Mississippi State and was the Sophomore of the Year in District 10-4A in 2012.

Honorable Mention

Ryan Agnew, Southlake Carroll, 6’1, 180
Brooks Burgin, Dallas Highland Park, 6’1, 180
Koy Detmer Jr., Somerset, 5’10, 160
Kevin Dillman, Denton Guyer, 6’4, 220 (Committed to Nebraska)
Jesse Drummer, Justin Northwest, 6’3, 220
J.T. Granato, Houston Kinkaid, 6’2, 200 (Committed to Rice)
Nathan Elliott, Celina, 6’1, 185 (Committed to North Carolina)
Kolt Harfield, Fort Bend Clements, 6’6, 190
Manny Harris, Copperas Cove, 6’2, 200 (Committed to UTSA)
Da’Shawn Key, San Antonio Brennan, 6’0, 190
Bo Schneider, Dallas Jesuit, 6’4, 220 (Committed to Central Florida)
Tobyn Tannehill, Big Spring, 6’0, 180
L.G. Williams, Cibolo Steele, 5’11, 185 (Committed to Texas State)

Six for 2016

Cody Brewer, Corpus Christi Flour Bluff, 6’6, 215
Shane Buechele, Arlington Lamar, 6’1, 175
Zach Smith, Grandview, 6’4, 200 (Committed to Baylor)
Tristan Wallace, DeSoto, 6’3, 225
Devin Williams, Mansfield Timberview, 5’11, 175
Brennan Wooten, Marble Falls, 6’2, 180

By Scott Hansen
Lone Star Gridiron

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