2013 QBs committing early

One 2013 quarterback has already been named a five-star prospect by Scout and he, along with three other talented signal callers that are only juniors have already made their commitment.

Commitments are coming earlier and earlier from high school football prospects. Four top quarterbacks have already made their decision and they have just started their junior seasons.

  • Shane Morris - 6-3/190 - Warren (MI) De La Salle Collegiate
    Committed to: Michigan
    Quick Hitter: Morris is a left-handed QB who is known for his strong arm. The ball comes out of his hand hot, but he also is fairly athletic, and he plays with that confidence you love to see in a signal caller. He is already a five-star prospect on Scout.

  • Eddie Printz - 6-3/200 - Marietta (GA) Lassiter
    Committed to: SMU
    Quick Hitter: June Jones targeted Printz and he got him. Printz will fit in very well in Dallas. He plays in a spread system now, he is very comfortable in that system, and he should be a natural when he gets there. He gets rid of the ball quickly, he plays under control, and he should put up big numbers over the next two years.

  • Brice Ramsey - 6-3/194 - Kingsland (GA) Camden County
    Committed to: Georgia
    Quick Hitter: Ramsey has now started two Varsity games and he is 2-0. He plays in a Wing-T offense, but he has all the tools you look for in a QB. At each camp he attended, he impressed. He was offered on the spot by Florida and Florida State after their staff saw him this summer. He has a very strong arm, he throws with little effort, he is more athletic than many think, and he is very cool in the pocket.

  • Kohl Stewart - 6-3/190 - Houston (TX) St. Pius X
    Committed to: Texas A&M
    Quick Hitter: Stewart is a passer. He threw for over 3,000 yards and 30 touchdowns as a sophomore and he likes to feel the ball leave his hands. He has shown he can make any throw he asked to make. He puts nice spin on the ball and he can throw in the pocket or or the move.
    Chad Simmons started out with Scout in 2003 covering top talent in Georgia and the South. He then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become South Recruiting Manager. After less than three years, Simmons was moved to National Recruiting Analyst in July 2011.
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