STATE CHAMPS! SCOUT TEAM: The QB Report >> Hidden truth in the huddle
Burney’s “Dirty Dozen” Hidden Gem Quarterbacks In The MHSAA
1 Zane Forist (Carson City Cystal 6-foot-4, 230 pounds, 2022) — Just the REAL DEAL in every way, rifle for an arm, superb field vision and flawless footwork in the pocket.
2 Devin Albain (Petersburg Summerfield 6-1, 180, 2021) — The Monroe County passing king is a straight surgeon picking apart secondaries, cash money all day and the quintessential push-the-envelope leader in the huddle.
3 Brandon Mann (Birmingham Detroit Country Day 6-4, 210, 2022) — Only saw spot duty last year as a sophomore and is ready for a volcanic junior campaign this fall. Big, tall, fast, cannon-armed dual threat who just might have the most upside of anyone in the Class of ’22 at the position.
4 Charles Coy (Romulus Summit Academy 6-1, 180, 2021) — The best dual-threat QB in Metro Detroit that you don’t know, but need to ASAP. … Can you say swagger 24/7?
5 Luke Leto (Portage Northern 6-3, 205, 2021) — The No. 1 baseball player in the state is a genuine gunslinger on the gridiron too, was one of the most accurate passers on the west side of the state last season.
6 Pauly Seeley (Alma 6-2, 175, 2023) — Superstar in the making, swag nasty personified.
7 Ethan Gajewski (Allen Park 6-1, 200, 2022) — My man “12 Gauge Gajewski” is the Pigskin Prince of the Park and takes no prisoners when he goes into Patrick Mahomes mode for Jaguars Nation.
8 Chris Corey (Rockford 6-0, 185, 2021) — Makes all the reads, makes all the throws — any questions?
9 Julius Faulkner (Redford Thurston 6-1, 225, 2022) — Slick signal-caller, smooth release, tough as nails, dogged competitor, nice mix of finesse and power at the position.
10 Owen Worthington (Grand Haven 6-3, 210, 2022) — Significant upside in football and basketball, just starting to come into his own.
11 Jeremy Campione (Cedar Springs 6-0, 175, 2021) — The definition of a gamer, throws thunderbolts.
12 Micah Miller (Ortonville Brandon 6-3, 200, 2022) — Gritty field general focused on taking the Blackhawks to great heights these next two years.
— SCOTT M. BURNSTEIN