Atlanta NFTC: Top QB Performers

When the receivers get open, they need a quarterback to get the ball to them. Scout takes a look at the ones that did the best job of that Sunday in Atlanta here...

Alex Hornibrook, 2015 QB, Malvern (Pa.) Malvern Prep
A left-handed quarterback who through the ball well. Showed good command of the ball and he got in a groove late in the day. He through nice spirals and hit receivers in stride multiple times across the middle.

Kevin Johnson, 2015 QB, Atlanta (Ga.) Pace Academy
Not the biggest quarterback, but big enough, and very smart. He sees the field well, he throws a very catchable ball, and he showed good anticipation Sunday. He is a coach's son and it shows on the field.

Austin King, 2015 QB, Alpharetta (Ga.)
Consistency was what King was Sunday. He was the sharpest of the quarterbacks in terms of accuracy and he threw a very catchable ball all afternoon. Not an elite arm, but he throws on time and in the right spot for the wideout to make a play on the ball. He threw the best deep balls all day.

Lorenzo Nunez, 2015 QB, Kennesaw (Ga.) Harrison
Nunez can make all the throws and he looked comfortable on the move and throwing the ball outside the pocket. He still needs to improve his accuracy and just his overall control off the ball, but he has the tools you look for.

Gabe Tiller, 2015 QB, Lawrenceville (Ga.) Archer
Another quarterback that may not wow many with one part of his game when they see him, but he gets the job done. He spins the ball well, he has nice touch on his passes, and he throws it in the right space. Headsy quarterback who will play on the next level.

John Garcia and Scott Kennedy contributed to this feature.

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