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STATE CHAMPS! SCOUT TEAM: Underclassmen QB Power Index > Ranking the young guns

By: , May 15, 2020, 1:33 pm

Burney’s MHSAA Underclassmen QB Rankings (Classes of 2022-24)

1 Dante “D.J.” Moore (Detroit King • 6-2, 180 • 2023) — Generational PSL gunslinger, will have his pick of Power 5 offers at the next level.

2 Isaiah Marshall (Southfield A&T • 5-11, 170 •  2024) — The “Next Big Thing,” this dual-threat dynamo phenom has Power 5 bids in eighth grade and will start immediately as a freshman this fall at A&T.

3 Mike DePillo (Clarkston • 6-5, 210 • 2022) — Best pure drop-back passer in the sophomore class, about to blow up on the recruiting trail.

4 Larry Robinson (Saline • 6-0, 175 • 2022) — Lightning in a bottle, simply electric.

5 Joe “Joey Football” Silveri (Grand Rapids Catholic Central • 6-1, 180 • 2022) — Coldblooded competitor, cannon for an arm.

6 Drew Viotto (Walled Lake Western • 6-3, 215 • 2023) — Won’t start until 2021, but he is a special talent in the pocket and already has D-I offers.

7 Brandon Konchek (Traverse City West • 6-5, 200 • 2022) — All the tools to be an all-time great under center in the Traverse City area. 

8 David Williams (Dearborn Heights Robichaud • 6-1, 185 • 2022) — Quietly crafting quite the resume stretching the field, will be a steal at the next level.

9 Vinny Booth (Dearborn Heights Divine Child • 6-2, 195 • 2022) — Smooth delivery, tough as nails.

10 Pauly Seeley (Alma • 6-0, 185 • 2023) — Scary potential and mad swag running an offense.

11 Declan Byle (Novi Detroit Catholic Central • 6-2, 175 • 2022) — Plays with tons of heart and unshakable composure, shows flashes of fantastic needle-threading ability.

12 Brady Berezowsky (Fraser • 6-1, 185 • 2022) — Bulldog baller in the pocket who chucks the pigskin with authority and finesse.

13 Kyler Carson (Lake Orion • 6-1, 185 • 2022) — Efficient field general with a tireless work ethic about to shake things up in the OAA Red.

14 Tyrese Miller (Lansing Waverly • 6-2, 175 • 2022) — Expect huge things from this Swiss Army knife of a field general in the fall.

15 Anthony Garrett (Detroit Loyola • 6-3, 215 • 2022) — Maybe the most upside at his position in the sophomore class, has a bazooka of an arm and a bullet-quick release.

16 Atticus Carridine (Ypsilanti • 6-1, 170 • 2023) — A lot of hustle and flow, just makes things happen when the rock is in his hands.

17 Cole McElvaney (Milan • 6-1, 185 • 2022) — Might be the Brendan Sullivan (Davison QB & Northwestern commit) of his class, ready to transition under center after showing flashes of brilliance at other spots on the field.

18 Ashton Mohlman (Woodhaven • 6-3, 190 • 2022) — Downriver dandy, one of the most underrated underclassmen signal-callers in Metro Detroit.

19 Biagio Madonna (Sterling Heights Stevenson • 6-1, 190 • 2022) — Battle-tested baller who is getting better and better every snap and oozes confidence in the huddle.

20 Jack Bakus (Midland Dow • 6-5, 200 • 2023) — Greatest upside and potential for any of the state’s QB taking the reins for the first time this fall.

21 Ty Holtz (DeWitt • 5-11, 185 • 2022) — High football IQ, plays with a chip on his shoulder.

22 Mark Konecny (Muskegon Mona Shores • 6-1, 185 • 2022) — Taking over the offense for the defending D2 state champions. Will be a force to be reckoned with the next two seasons on the Westside of the Mitten.

23 LeeShaun Mumpfield (Detroit Cass Tech • 5-10, 175 • 2023) — Lefty laser thrower about to take the PSL by storm in 2020.

24 Robert Salter (Roseville • 6-1, 180 • 2022) — Spunky, speedy and strong-armed playmaker.

25 Nate Dunlap (Walled Lake Northern • 6-0, 180 • 2022) — Hard-nosed and elusive with good field vision.