Senior Quarterbacks Prospects to Watch this Season

July 6, 2021


4:58 pm



Of course, everyone’s heard about some of the top quarterbacks in the 2022 class like for example Brideland’s Conner Weigman, West lake’s Cade Klubnik, and of course the NO.1 QB in the nation Southlake Carrolls Quinn Ewers.


What about some of the other top quarterbacks in the class. Don’t worry we got you covered right here with a long list of quarterback prospects to know this season. You will undoubtedly hear these guys’ names this season racking up points on the board and or touching defenses through the ground and air. Here are some of the top senior quarterbacks to watch for this season.



Richard Torres |  6’6″, 210 | Pro-Style QB |  Southside (SA)

The Southside San Antonio Quarterback and future Nebraska Cornhusker is one player to watch out for this season. This tall, lengthy, and athletic framed QB can absolutely torch defenses through the air with his deep ball arm strength and pen drop accuracy. He can throw fifty-yard bombs almost effortlessly and uses his size, height and strength as leverage to his advantage. A high performer last season and a good showcasing as an elite 11 QB salified Richard as one special player to know.


Bert Emanuel Jr. | 6’2″, 170 | Dual-threat QB |  Ridge Point

Bert is one of my favorite dual-threat QBs in the state right now at the moment. He has the speed, runs a 4.4. 40-yard dash and shows some athleticism in the open field making people miss. He shows a laser strong arm on throws over the middle of the field and in the short to the intermediate passing game. Could lead his team far this season and be a special player at the next level. Surprisingly only two offers at the moment from Army and Texas Southern. 


Cardell Williams | 6’2″,170 | Dual-threat QB | Westfield

Cardell was one player that impressed me very much from the start of this past 7-on-7 season. He was a special player who could drop bombs and find the endzone consistently. Touch on the ball and mechanics needed a bit of improvement but this prospect is definitely an FBS type of player. Earned himself three stars and shined at elite 11 recently. Holds seven Division I offers to schools like Houston and Tulsa to name a couple.


Gage Roy | 6’2″,  185 | Pro-style QB |  Dallas Jesuit

Gage was one QB who I saw raise his stock this offseason with the Bullit academy in his elite accuracy and timing on all of his throws. This is a consistent leader on the field who can lead by example in the way he plays and lead his team to victory. At nearly 6.3”, he’s got a tall long athletic-looking frame and pairs it well with a nice arm. Looks just as comfortable throwing in the on the run as in the pocket.


Tanner Murray |  6’3″,  190 | Pro-style  QB | Langham Creek

No quarterback has raised his stock more this offseason than Langham Creeks, Tanner Murray. Tanner has great prototypical size at nearly 6’4” and mechanics are some of the best you’d like to see at the quarterback position. He holds a total of 7 division I offers to schools like Colorado State, Marshall, Rice, and UTSA. Last season he threw for over 1600 yards with 13 touchdowns, 8 rushing touchdowns, and only 5 INTS on the year. Should be a special one to watch this season. 


BJ Higgins |  6’1″, 185 | Dual-threat QB |  Roosevelt

Bj is one player who I see that could have a breakout season this year. He’s got a nice deep ball and can hit receivers in stride down the sideline or middle of the field. I’ve seen him play in person this offseason and was impressed with his decision-making and ability to fit the ball into tight windows. Has a few mechanical issues to correct but a still a prospect worthy of keeping your eye on.


David Hopkins Jr. | 6’2″, 205 | Dual-threat QB  | Summit

David is one of my favorite under-the-radar players at the QB position. He doesn’t throw have the most beautiful touch on throws but he can without a doubt find the endzone seemingly at will. He’s without a doubt an FBS to FCS caliber prospect who could be a special dual threat at the next level and should be fun to watch this season.


Jake Sock | 6’3″, 185 | Pro-style QB |  Pearland

Don’t sleep on this special QB who is primed to have a breakout season this year. I think Jake is one of the most underrated QBs in his class. He almost checks all of the boxes. He doesn’t have the strongest of arms but he can sure find open receivers and shows some nice footwork and mechanics as a QB. I think this is a steal of a prospect that is still left uncommitted in his class and is already starting to gain interest and a lot of college recruiting boards.


Kevin Henry-Jennings |  6’1″, 180 | Dual-threat QB |  South Oak Cliff

Get this man some offers. Kevin is the smooth operator in the pocket and can work the pocket ad throw from different dexterity on the run. almost mimics a baseball type of Mahomes throw. Either way, he’s got a strong arm and is really one of my favorite players I am excited about this season. He’s definitely got the FBS/FCS type of talent that he can take on the next level and be a strong contributor, maybe not early on but still has time to improve his game and add more mas to his already athletic frame.


Demetrias Charles | 5’11”, 180 | Dual-threat QB | Channel View

Don’t let his height fool you. Demetrias is an elite player. The best way to describe him is a running back with a quarterbacks arm. He’s got a beautiful arm and can fight the ball into some pretty tight windows splitting defenders and finding open receivers. I love his lateral speed and ability to make people miss in the open field. He can take the ball into the end zone himself if you give him too much daylight. He can cause problems when defenses are thinking run and he throws it over top of them for six. Keep your eyes on him this season.




Honorable Mentions


Sylas Gomez | 6’2″ , 180 | QB |  Central Catholic

Diego Narezo|  6’0″,  175 |  QB  | Cornerstone Christian

Demetrias Charles | 5’11”, 180 | QB | Channel View

Anthony Njoku  | 6’0″, 180 |  QB36 |  Travis

Jeff Huff | 5’10”, 180 | QB |  College Station

Dylan Garret | 6’5″, 180 | QB | Lamar Consolidated


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