Texas 7v7: Top Arms

COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Scout Midlands reporters break down their top signal caller from the State 7v7...

Ahmard Vital's Pick - Kyler Murray
Hard to bet against Allen quarterback Kyler Murray. Watching him throw the ball is an impressive sight seeing that the ball comes out with an effortless motion and finding the open receiver seems easy to him. Has great footwork and delivery and was easily the best slingers all weekend.

Gabe Brooks' Pick - Kyler Murray
After arriving from the Elite 11 finals and The Opening, Allen 2015 four-star quarterback and Texas A&M commit Kyler Murray did not disappoint. Those unfamiliar with Murray often mention how small he is, but that's before they see him pitch it around. The ball explodes out of his hand. Murray has great feet, mechanics, and velocity, along with a cobra-quick release. As the cliche goes, he can "make all the throws." Murray will now focus on trying to lead Allen to its third consecutive state championship.

Annabel Stephan's Pick - Kyler Murray
It may seem predictable, but the best quarterback I saw this weekend was Allen (Texas) quarterback Kyler Murray. The five-star athlete and Texas A&M commit shined in College Station for Aggie fans on site, leading his team to the quarterfinals on Saturday before being eliminated. Murray, who oozes confidence, was continuously able to quickly find targets on the field and rack up the score in multiple games on Friday and Saturday.

Greg Powers's Pick - Quinten Dormady
Wss thoroughly impressed by the skill set that this kid brought to the table. He has excellent size and even though he was one of the more impressive specimens at the Dallas Elite 11 stop at AT&T Stadium a couple of months back he was still a little stiff working back from his torn labrum injury, but now he looks fully ready to go. He has a cannon arm and on day number two he was certainly 'throwing dimes' as the guys like to say nowadays. After Jarrett Stidham he may have the highest potential to develop in to a future NFL draft pick in the Lone Star State for the Class of 2015.

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