Brennen Wooten, S.A. Central, 6-1 180
The lone quarterback commit of the class threw for 3,218 yards, rushed for 241 yards and combined for 33 touchdowns as a junior. This, coming off a sophomore season that saw him go for 3,100 yards through the air, over 300 yards rushing and 33 total touchdowns. His biggest strength is his pocket presence. That, plus being one of the more accurate quarterbacks in the state is why you see over 6,300 yards passing in high school career.