Recruiting: Clemson, LSU, Michigan, and Virginia Tech have offered.
Quick Hitter: Ferguson is a winner – he led Butler to a 15-0 record as a sophomore. He can be streaky, but he can make all throws.
Recruiting: Auburn has offered Johnson in both football and basketball.
Quick Hitter: Johnson is still developing as a quarterback, but he is athletic, he has good arm strength, and he has the size coaches love.
Recruiting: A number of schools have offered including Alabama, Clemson, Florida State, and Georgia.
Quick Hitter: McCrary is a tall and rangy quarterback that sees the field well. He has a high release and he throws the deep ball well.
Recruiting: North Carolina has offered.
Quick Hitter: Mitch is a pure drop back passer that knows how to stand tall in the pocket. He has good size and good anticipation.
Recruiting: East Carolina, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, and Virginia Tech have offered.
Quick Hitter: Parker tore his ACL early in the 2011 season, but he will still be heavily recruited. He is an athletic quarterback that can run and throw.
Recruiting: Committed to SMU
Quick Hitter: Printz plays in a spread offense and he will put up big numbers over the next two seasons. He started as a sophomore, he has a lot of experience, and he knows how to get rid of the ball quickly.
Recruiting: Committed to Georgia
Quick Hitter: Ramsey is immature as a starter and he does not have a lot of game experience yet, but he has the tools you look for in an elite quarterback. He spins the ball well, he has a smooth delivery, and a very strong arm.
Recruiting: Ohio State and Tennessee have offered.
Quick Hitter: Richardson is a big quarterback with good mobility and a live arm. He impressed at Florida'S Friday Night Lights where he showed touch and velocity.
Recruiting: Auburn, Cincinnati, Clemson, Iowa State, and Western Kentucky have offered.
Quick Hitter: Sandberg is a dual-threat quarterback who is a star in football and baseball. He is a mobile quarterback who works well outside the pocket.
Recruiting: South Florida has offered.
Quick Hitter: Woulard may not be a big name yet, but he could end up being the top quarterback in Florida next year. He played behind a senior in 2010, but he has the size, arm, and ability to be a good one.
Others to Watch: Austin Allen (Fayetteville, Ark.), B.J. Beecher (Concord, N.C.), Brandon Bergeron (Lafayette, La.), Brad Butler (Rome, Ga.), Peter DiNovo (Tarpon Springs, Fla.), Akeem Jones (Miami, Fla.), Parker McLeod (Marrieta, Ga.), Cole Segraves (Moultrie, Ga.)