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STATE CHAMPS! SCOUT TEAM: The Quarterback Club: Ranking Indiana’s class of ’21 under-the-radar field generals

By: , June 19, 2020, 6:07 pm

Burney’s Top 10 Most Underrated IHSAA QBs In The Class of 2021:

1 Maximus Grimes (Valparaiso 6-foot-1, 210 pounds) — The transfer from Lafayette Jeff has all the tools for success under center at the next level.

2019 stat line: 1886 yards, 19 touchdowns

2 James “Jimmy Pigskin” Arnold (South Bend Adams 6-3, 195) — Low key gunslinger who throws lightning bolts.

2019 stat line: 3,168 yards, 43 touchdowns

3 Tristan Polk (Floyd Central 6-3, 190) — The picture of poise and consistency in the pocket 

2019 stat line: 1,676 yards, 12 touchdowns.

4 Brenden Lytle (Ft. Wayne Bishop Dwenger 6-0, 170) — Cash money competitor, cool, calm and collected in picking apart secondaries.

2019 stat line: 2,100 yards, 18 touchdowns

5 Lincoln Roth (New Palestine 6-0, 175) — The definition of a gamer, always on the mark with his performance.

2019 stat line: 1,600 yards, 20 touchdowns

6 Blake White (Indianapolis Lutheran 6-0, 175) — The best signal caller in the Circle City you don’t know but need to ASAP.

2019 stat line: 2,532 yards, 27 touchdowns

7 Garrett Harker (Lebanon 5-10, 175) — Cincinnati-bound baseball stud who carves up defensive backfields on the gridiron with ease.

2019 stat line: 2,050 yards, 21 touchdowns

8 Peyton Horsley (Decatur Central 6-0, 185) — Heady presence in the huddle, hard-worker on and off the field, has a swagger and an arm that allows him to play bigger than his size.

2019 stat line: 1,610 yards, 14 touchdowns

9 Caleb Stultz (Terre Haute South Vigo 6-3, 185) — Tons of upside ooze from this Terre Haute Terror’s cannon.

2019 stat line: 1,300 yards, 10 touchdowns

10 (tie) Keegan Garrison (Northview 6-1, 200) — Ready to erupt in 2020, can make all the throws necessary for him to be taken seriously as a DI college recruit.

2019 stat line: 1,300 yards, 12 touchdowns

10 (tie) William Grieser (New Castle 6-1, 175) — Basketball star with a knack for stretching the field as a signal caller.

2019 stat line: 2,225 yds, 24 touchdowns

Bonus Byte:

Most underrated Class of ’22 QB

Tyler Knoy (Lafayette Harrison 6-0, 175) — Ferocious field general who plays with a chip on his shoulder. He threw for 1,350 yards and 21 touchdowns last season.

— SCOTT M. BURNSTEIN