STATE CHAMPS! SCOUT TEAM: About to break loose — Burney’s Spring 2020 QB crew
These ten quarterbacks should be seeing an uptick in their recruiting this spring:
(In alphabetical order)
Noah Beaudrie (Erie-Mason 6-0, 185 Jr.) — Possibly the quickest trigger in the whole state, throws laser beams and lightning bolts.
Trinidad Chambliss (Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern 6-0, 175 Jr.) — Durable and dynamic. Any questions?
Mike DePillo (Clarkston 6-5, 200 Soph.) — Could be a blue-chipper by the end of the summer. Has all the tools to be an elite drop-back passer at the next level.
Christian Dhue-Reid (Belleville 5-10, 215 Jr.) — The best QB in the state without a big-time offer, all he does is win and thread needles.
Brady Hessbrook (Ithaca 6-1, 180 Jr.) — Gritty field general in the truest sense of the term, good arm, good mechanics, boss mack in the huddle.
Austin Myers (New Boston Huron 6-3, 215 Jr.) — This Grade-A gunslinger may very well have the most upside at the next level of any signal caller in the Class of ’21.
Larry Robinson (Saline 6-0, 175 Soph.) — The definition of elusive and electric, a total playmaker pure and simple.
Alex Short (West Bloomfield 6-3, 210 Jr.) — Maybe Metro Detroit’s best backup QB last fall, he’s about to go HAM in the stat sheet in ’20. He possesses all the tools for tremendous success at the position.
Joey Silveri (Grand Rapids Catholic Central 6-1, 185 Soph.) — They call him “Joey Football” for a reason; a gamer and swag-nasty with few, if any, equals at his position on the west side of the state.
Alex Thole (Schoolcraft 5-10, 175 Jr.) — Fierce competitor, cannon of an arm, cagey demeanor in the pocket.
— SCOTT M. BURNSTEIN