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STATE CHAMPS! SCOUT TEAM: Ford Field football field general breakdown — Ranking the MHSAA finals QBs

By: SCOTT M. BURNSTEIN, November 23, 2021, 4:44 pm

2021 Ford Field QB Power Index

1 Dante Moore (Detroit King Jr.) — Best quarterback in the state, bar none.

2 Ty Holtz (DeWitt Sr.) — The Brown-commit will go down as one of the most lethal signal callers in MHSAA history.

3 Brady Drogosh (Warren De La Salle Jr.) — A very, very special football player who checks all the boxes in the pocket, the prototype secondary surgeon.

4 Bryce Underwood (Belleville Fr.) — Trending towards becoming one of the state’s all-time greats under center, already playing like an upperclassman, sick skill set and lightning quick trigger.

5 Parker Picot (Rochester Hills Adams Jr.) — The most dynamic dual-threat field general in Metro Detroit is also an Alabama baseball commit.

6 Joey Baker (Lansing Catholic Central Sr.) — The Iceman of Ingham County commeth to the D, be afraid, be very afraid!

7 John Passinault (Grand Rapids Catholic Central Sr.) — “Johnny Football” to the rescue, enough said!

8 Lucas Dunn (Chelsea Sr.) — “Cool Hand Luke” is one of the more underrated playmakers under center this fall, just the picture of poise and precision.

9 Josh Burnham (Traverse City Central Sr.) — The Notre Dame linebacker-commit plays a smash-mouth style of quarterback that brings the noise every snap.

10 (tie) Deion Black (Warren Michigan Collegiate Sr.) — Oozing with athleticism, determination, gridiron IQ & a massive upside at the next level.

10 (tie) Jeff Heaslip (Marine City Jr.) — The top Class of ‘23 field general you don’t know about yet, but will after this weekend.