All About the QB in 2016:

Four quarterbacks in the class of 2016 have received scholarship offers from the University of Texas. The Longhorns are looking at the very best signal callers for next year's class. With possibly only one spot for a quarterback in 2016 it could come down to the first one to pull the trigger.

Shea Patterson File:

Patterson is the No 1 ranked quarterback in 2016. He checks in from Shreveport (LA) Calvary Baptist Academy and stands 6-foot-2, 190-pounds. Patterson checks in at No seven overall regardless of position.

Malik Henry File:

Henry is the No 3 ranked quarterback in 2016 and No 32 ranked player regardless of position. Henry lived in California but made an early verbal decision to Florida State. After his announcement to the Seminoles, he transferred schools. Henry now attends IMG Academy where former Florida State quarterback Chris Weinke is the head coach in Bradenton (Fla)

Shane Buechele File:

Buechele is the No 11 ranked quarterback in 2016. He is the No 2 ranked signal caller in Texas but is at the top of the board for the Texas staff. He is from Arlington (TX) Lamar. Buechele is one of those players who just seems to have the it factor. Seems to sense and feel when he is in trouble in the pocket and can escape it and find a way to make a play, whether it is with his arm or his legs. He throws an accurate and catchable ball and seems to be able to always find a way to place it in just where he needs to, even though at times he does it with unorthodox mechanics or methods. He makes quick decisions.—GP

Dwayne Haskins Jr. File:

Haskins is the no 14 ranked quarterback in 2016. He checks in at 6-foot-2, 180-pounds from Potomac (MD) The Bullis School. Haskins is the No 2 ranked signal caller in the East region. Early teams to keep an eye on would be Texas, Notre Dame, and Ohio State.

Numerous teams have quarterback commitments at this time.

The No 2 ranked quarterback in the country is Jacob Eason, and he is committed to Georgia

The No 3 ranked quarterback in the country is Malik Henry, and he is committed to Florida State.

The No 5 ranked quarterback in the country is Feleipe Franks, and he is committed to LSU.

The No 7 ranked quarterback in the country is Tristen Wallace, and he is committed to Texas Tech.

The No 8 ranked quarterback in the country is Jack Allison, and he is committed to Miami.

The No 10 ranked quarterback in the country is Seth Green, and he is committed to Oregon.

The No 18 ranked quarterback in the country is Brennen Wooten, and he is committed to TCU.

The No 19 ranked quarterback in the country is Austin Kendall, and he is committed to Tennessee.


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