Sharp emerges as a top 2014 QB prospect

Aaron Sharp led second-year program Humble Summer Creek to the playoffs and a 9-2 record, throwing for 2,572 yards and 23 TDs with just 4 INTs, earning Sharp 18-4A district MVP honors as a 15-year old sophomore. The Aggie Websider's Tony Hooten interviewed this top 2014 quarterback prospect.

My early pick as potentially the top 2014 quarterback in Texas is Aaron Sharp (6-3, 180, 4.6) from Humble Summer Creek.

Summer Creek went 3-7 in their first year of varsity football in 2010, with Aaron throwing for over 1,400 yards as a freshman for the first-year program.

Projected by Texas Football to come in 5th place in the 8-team District 18-4A in 2011, Aaron Sharp became a dangerous passer this season, leading Summer Creek to a surprising 9-2 record and a share of the 18-4A district championship, earning Summer Creek its first ever trip to the playoffs.

The tall, left-handed quarterback completed over 65% of his passes, 178 of 272,  for 2,572 yards and 23 TDs, with just 4 interceptions.


Aaron Sharp was named 18-4A MVP as a sophomore.

Aaron displayed accuracy and the ability to make things happen with his arm as the Summer Creek offense scored over 30 points in nine of their 11 games. Aaron spread the ball around as four receivers had 25 or more catches and nine different players caught a pass.

For his performance, Aaron Sharp was named the District 18-4A MVP, the only sophomore in Texas Class 5A or 4A to earn district MVP honors.

After Aaron led Summer Creek to a 42-35 upset of cross-town rival Humble in the final regular season game to earn its share of the district title, Summer Creek coach Brian Ford said “He’s special (QB Aaron Sharp) he’s has that natural composure. He had as a freshman.”

Aaron grew up a fan of Texas, but is also very interested in Texas A&M, Oregon, LSU, Baylor, Ohio St., Alabama, and Miami.

Aaron loves the SEC, saying "I believe it's the toughest and most talented conference in college football and I would love to play in it."

Aaron is Facebook friends with Texas A&M 2012 signees Trey Williams and Matt Davis, saying "I really look up to them as leaders and how hard they worked from their sophomore year through their senior year."

Aaron Sharp will be attending camps this month..

When asked what his goals were for his junior and senior seasons, Aaron said "My number one goal is to get my team ready to win a state championship and to improve my skills to be able to make it to the next level."

Aaron will be attending a Next Level Athlete Camp on March 18th, the Elite 11 QB Camp on March 24th, and a Nike Football Training Camp the next day. Aaron hopes to attend a Baylor Mini Camp and other college camps this summer.

Today you won’t even find Aaron Sharp in the Scout, Rivals, or 247Sports recruiting databases, but I project that will soon change.

Aaron Sharp is No. 6 on our first Texas Top 50 for 2014.  

Remember you read about Aaron Sharp first here on the Aggie Websider !

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