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STATE CHAMPS! SCOUT TEAM: A Field General’s Winter Wonderland — Michigan 2022 offseason QB watch list

By: SCOTT M. BURNSTEIN, January 9, 2022, 3:28 pm


Brady Drogosh (Warren De La Salle 6-foot-5, 2023) — The Tom Brady of the CHSL, but with WHEELS (expect a flood of offers very, very soon).

Kalieb Osborne (Waterford Mott 6-4, 2024) — Highest ceiling of anyone at the position in the state, it’s like they went into a lab to craft the prototype new-era QB.

C.J. Carr (Saline 6-2, 2024) — Just a natural in the pocket in every way, shape and form.

Seneca Moore (Holt 6-1, 2023) — The Russell Wilson of Ingham County is already moving and grooving.

Ethan Hamby (Macomb Dakota 6-3, 2023) — Metro Detroit’s most improved field general from August through November last fall no doubt.

Andrew Schuster (Chippewa Valley 6-1, 2024) — CALLING MY SHOT: The rocket-armed southpaw will end up being the best of all the Schuster bros.

Aspen Keyes (DeWitt 6-2, 2025) — The next big thing under center in D Town, the hype is real.

Jake DeHaan (Grand Rapids South Christian 6-3, 2023) — This kid has gritty, coldblooded gunslinger written all over him.

Drew Viotto (Walled Lake Western 6-4, 2023) – Packs a cannon and is simply a workhorse with pro-style vision and touch.

Alek Wickstrom (Grand Rapids Christian 5-11, 2024) — The best signal caller on the westside of the state that you don’t know about yet but should.

Bonus Byte: Cory Chavis (Redford Union 6-6, 2023) — Pretty big upside on this fast-rising field general with height, arm strength and nimble feet.