School: Marble Falls, Texas
Rank: No.15 QB, No.199 Scout.com Top 300
EYEBALL TEST:At 6-foot-2, 185-pounds, Wooten has prototypical size for a quarterback. By this time a year from now he could easily be an inch taller and 10-15 pounds heavier. Could be a pro-style or dual threat quarterback; combines good arm with good mobility.
Marble Falls had already been eliminated from the playoffs a week prior, but they had the chance to spoil Georgetown East View's shot at the post-season. Although the Mustangs played the Patriots close early on, Marble Falls fell 45-27. Wooten did what he could on the night, tossing two touchdown passes; both to his little brother, 2017 WR prospect Aaron Wooten. No matter where he was on the field, Wooten was able to make a variety of throws; quick hitches, deep routes, posts; you name it. Wooten looked especially impressive on his deep throws; they were on point and hit the receiver in stride. Arm strength is not a question either, both of his touchdown passes came on rockets on back-shoulder fades. As good as Wooten is throwing the ball, he was also impressive in avoiding a rush. Although he was sacked once, it could've been more had it not been for his ability to quickly adjust to the rush and make a move to avoid it. If there's any knock on his ability as a runner, he could've ran a few down field. But, he does an excellent job of letting his receivers get open and most importantly he keeps his eyes down field. Although his team played from behind most of the night, he didn't get rattled. When receivers dropped a pass, he didn't display any anger. Overall, Wooten is without a doubt one of the top signal callers in the country. TCU got a good one.