T.J. Millweard (6'5, 205) – All Saint's Episcopal (Tx.)
Not too much is known about this big gun from All Saint's but Virginia Tech saw enough to offer and ever since he has been one of the players I have been looking forward to seeing throw the most.
Preston Dewey (6'3, 196) – St. Andrew's (Tx.)
Dewey has really add some nice strength and size to his frame and over the past two weeks he has added two BCS offers (UCLA, Utah), bringing his total to four offers. He is technically sound and has good footwork, coachable.
Jared Johnson (6'1, 200) – South Grand Prairie (Tx.)
There is no doubt that Johnson is a really great athlete. He led his team all year on the field and made plays. Will this camp give him the chance to show that his best future is under center?
Jerame Littell (6'4, 195) – Stillwater (Ok.)
Not too many have seen this guy throw in person and some are saying that he has the top arm in the Sooner State. The Elite 11 will be a good barometer for a decision. Most of the other top arms in the state are set to attend as well: Ramsey Hamilton, Corben Jones, brandon taylor, Kason Key and Darrack Harger.
Devante Kincaid (6'0, 175) – Dallas Skyline (Tx.)
The 2013 QB was the brightest young arm at the event one year ago and after a season under the helm in 6A ball the youngster is right back where it started. It will be interesting to see how he has matured and grown.
Josh Greer (6'4, 195) – Arlington (Tx.)
The school produced a solid D1 arm two classes ago in Matt Joeckel and when athlete Miles Onyegbule went down with an injury or came out for a breather it was Greer who went in and held it down. Now he is getting his chance to shine.
Kolby Listenbee (5'11, 165) – Arlington Bowie (Tx.)
He already holds a host of offers and many schools are saying that he may fit in better as an athlete or wide receiver, but some schools are thinking quarterback. Maybe this will give Listenbee a chance to consider what route he wants to pursue at the end of the day.
Clayton Nicholas (6'3, 205) – Abilene Cooper (Tx.)
Not too much talk about Nicholas. He quietly made a commitment to Texas Tech, a school that is known to produce a number of solid quarterbacks in recent years and leads a tough and talented program. Proof is in the pudding.
Jeremiah Briscoe (6'4, 200) – Stratford (Tx.)
Briscoe has been on the radar for awhile and he has a top arm. He can make all of the throws, but sometimes struggles with accuracy. He actually picked up his first offer before ever playing in a varsity game.