STATE CHAMPS! SCOUT TEAM: The QB Hot List >> Junior field generals having a field day in ’20
Class of 2022 QUARTERBACK HOT LIST — Junior signal callers catching Burney’s eye
Jeff Becker (Ft. Wayne Carroll 6-1) — Too hot to handle, too cold to hold, this kid is going Drew Brees on the comp.
Stats: 1,210 yards, 16 touchdowns (250 yards, 3 scores rushing)
Greg Bolt (Columbia City 6-5) — Hustle-and-Flow type of field general with great upside.
Stats: 835 yards, 13 touchdowns
Laban Davis (Eastside 6-0) — Cash money almost every snap, a closer in the clutch.
Stats: 790 yards, 10 touchdowns
Anthony Garzolini (South Vermillion 6-4) — Dropping dimes all over the field like Aaron Rogers.
Stats: 670 yards, 10 touchdowns
Luke Hammons (Columbus North 5-10) — Reminds me of Russell Wilson with more elusiveness outside the pocket.
Stats: 645 yards, 6 touchdowns (410 yards, 3 scores rushing)
Alan “Al B. Sure” Karrfalt (Covington 6-0) — Maybe the hottest junior QB in the state right now, has thrown for 700 yards in the last two weeks.
Stats: 925 yards, 10 touchdowns
Gehrig Slunaker (Mt. Vernon 6-2) — Playmaker personified, tough as nails under center.
Stats: 745 yards, 8 touchdowns
Brennan Stow (Lapel 6-3) — Flamethrower of an arm, fierce competitor.
Stats: 850 yards, 8 touchdowns
Houston Swan (Eastern Hancock 6-1) — Gunslinger mentality 24/7.
Stats: 1,175 yards, 15 touchdowns
Jakar Williams (New Haven 6-3) — The definition of a dynamic dual threat, a bigger Lamar Jackson type with video game-esque highlights.
Stats: 615, 8 touchdowns (300 yards and 4 scores rushing)
Notable nastiness under center in the Class of ’22:
Edinburgh junior field general Riley Palmeter tossed 7 touchdowns in a single game last week.