2025 QB Rankings

March 8, 2022


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Today we take our first look at the 2025 class, and what better way than to start with the top signal callers, and gunslingers in the 2025 cycle. Some of these quarterbacks could be some household names that you will hear about for years to come and be among some of the nation’s best recruits.

Top 10

#10.Quinten Foster (25)| 5’11,165 | QB | Spring

Holds one offer to Georgia Tech, and is one athlete to keep your eye on.

#9.Halakilangi Muagututia Jr. (25) | 6′,180 | QB | Aldine MacArthur

Holds one offer from Hawaii and interest from multiple others. No tape yet, but a QB that is expected to impress. Definitely one to know.

#8.Brady McCown (25) | 5’11, 160 | QB | Jacksonville

Brady has the elite arm and mechanics as a QB, a bit undersized, but has the arm strength and accuracy to place him among the top nation’s elite in his class. Pedigree is there, father is NFL QB Josh McCown, brother plays quarterback at Colorado.

#7.Kaleb Bailey (25) | 6’1, 185 | QB | North Shore

Bailey can put the football on a rope to receivers downfield, 50 to 60 yards plus downfield like a shortstop throwing someone out at 1st base. You hear the pop too. A very athletic quarterback who will be special for North Shore for years to come and without a doubt a highly rated FBS prospect.

#6.Adam Schobel (25) | 6’3, 165 | QB | Columbus

Adam is a tall and lengthy QB, with a big arm who shows deep ball capability. Throws well on the run and is very consistent hitting receivers with throws that have phenomenal touch and velocity. Can place the ball where only his receivers can catch it. Elite QB, who could raise up the rankings and onto a lot of recruiting boards.

#5.Jackson Hamilton (25) | 5’11, 170 | QB | Pearland

Jackson holds offers from schools like Texas A&M, Vanderbilt, Grambling, and others. We saw Jackson step in for Pearland last year and pair his athleticism with one of the stronger arms in the 2025 cycle. Hamilton features a quick release and can split defenders, maybe one of the top dual-threat quarterbacks in his class for years to come, and an athlete not many will want to pass up.

#4.Kelden Ryan (25) | 6’2, 185 | QB | Keller Central

Ryan holds offers to Arkansas, Jackson State, Pitt, and SMU. Ryan is an athlete w elite speed and athleticism. Is one of the fastest quarterbacks on this list, throws the football very well, only needs a one-step or three-step drop to deliver a rocket. Athleticism bears out in both throwing and passing. FBS caliber athlete with long-term success for Keller Central and the next level.

#3.Sawyer Anderson (25) | 5’11, 170 | QB | Parish Episcopal School

Sawyer is arguably one of the best dual-threats with the necessary tools as a passer and a runner and one who is very fluid in the pocket and with his throws. Sawyer can make the big-time plays look routine and show he can work the pocket beautifully. Mechanics are next level. He can sit back in the pocket and deliver a beautifully accurate pass with touch and velocity. Shows he can throw from different dexterities; just as comfortable throwing on the move as in the pocket and does not need to set his feet to deliver a well-thrown ball. A bit undersized as a QB but is a phenomenal athlete who has time to grow, develop and add to his game. Holds 6 Division I offers to schools like Colorado, Missouri, SMU, TCU, Texas Tech, and Western Illinois.

#2.Michael Terry III (25) | 6’3, 185 | QB | Alamo Heights

Michael is impressively-built as a quarterback with the requisite height and tools to be a true dual-threat with elite talent in both departments, running and throwing the football. This kid can sling the football, impressive throwing on the run, and buying time with his legs, he shows he can extend plays and find the open receivers downfield or end the endzone. Shows elite size, athleticism, and speed as an athlete who can play all over the field but dominates at QB. The ceiling is very high for Terry and will be special for years to come. Holds offers Georgia Tech and UTSA, and interest from Alabama, Clemson, and Colorado.

#1.Roy Thomas Jenkins (25) | 6’2, 175 | QB | Monsignor Kelly Catholic

Roy is an elite quarterback who will be at the top of his class for a long time and a nationally ranked QB. Has the requisite height and can rifle passes in between tight coverage or towards the sideline. Also shows he can work the pocket beautifully and deliver a catchable pass downfield and hit recieve4rs in stride deep downfield with or without setting his feet. His mechanics are elite, and will only improve over time. Holds offer to Houston, Texas A&M, and interest from Arkansas, Clemson, Georgia, Texas, and others.



Lloyd Jones (25) | 6’2, 180 | QB | Hitchcock
Reggie McNeal Jr. (25) | 5’10,150 | QB | Mayde Creek
Ace Walker (25) | 6’1, 155 | QB | Stephenville
Gavin Phillips (25) | 6’0,235 | QB | Lufkin
Kennen Miller (25) | 5’9, 165 | QB | Lake Ridge
Kamal Henry (25) | 6′, 190 | QB | Manvel
Will Hargett (25) | 5’10, 150 | QB | A&M Consolidated
Cobey Sellers (25) | 6’1,160 | QB | Fort Bend Christian Academy
Jax Brown (25) | 5’11” / 160 | QB | Glenn (Leander,TX)
Jacorey Watson (25) | 5’10,170 | QB | Shadow Creek


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3 thoughts on “2025 QB Rankings”

  1. Please check out Eli Morcos from Lake Creek High School. 6’1 190 LBS
    Freshman Season Stats
    87 for 128, 1527 yds passing 24 TDs
    51 Rush, 627 yds 4 TDs
    Started and ave only 2.2 quarters per game because we were usually up by half.

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