|1. Bart Houston|
|Concord (Calif.) De La Salle- Committed to Wisconsin
All he does is win- 27-straight wins as the quarterback for the two-time defending Open Division champs in California.
|2. Connor Brewer|
|Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral- Committed to Texas|
And all Brewer does is win too, having led Chaparral to a pair of state titles the last two seasons as well.
|Eagle (Idaho)- Committed to BYU|
No one improved their stock at quarterback this spring and summer like Mangum, who took over the month of July.
|Danville (Calif.) San Ramon Valley- Committed to California
Strong arm and built like a linebacker and is a great athlete.
|5. Jeff Lindquist|
|Mercer Island (Wash.)- Committed to Washington
Chose the hometown Huskies, Lindquist is one of the most polished quarterbacks in the country.
|El Cajon (Calif.) Christian- Committed to Colorado
The Elite 11 selection continues to improve and has great potential..
|7. Travis Wilson|
|San Clemente (Calif.)- Committed to Utah
The tallest quarterback in the West did a fine job in his first year as the Tritons' starter.
|8. Brent Vanderveen|
|Arroyo Grande (Calif.)- Committed to Oregon State
Playing on the Central Coast of California, some schools didn't know about Vanderveen, but Mike Riley and Bobby Petrino sure did.
|9. Austin Apodaca|
|Longmont (Colo.) Silver Creek- Committed to Washington State
Not the thickest quarterback in the region but certainly has a big arm.
|Modesto (Calif.) Christian- Committed to Arizona
Took over for the reigning state player of the year and had a fine season, and his best football is still ahead of him.
|Next 5 (11-15)|
11. Mike Baker, Fresno (Calif.) Central |
12. Grant Rohach, Moorpark (Calif.)- Committed to Iowa State
13. Marc Evans, Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure
14. Tyler Ferguson, Bakersfield (Calif.) Ridgeview
15. Matt Morin, Temecula (Calif.) Chaparral- Committed to San Diego State
|1. Jake Rodrigues|
|Rocklin (Calif.) Whitney- Committed to Oregon
Passed for over 2,000 yards and ran for 1,000+, with 21 touchdowns threw the air and 21 on the ground.
|2. Cyler Miles|
|Denver (Colo.) Mullen- Committed to Washington |
One of two Husky commits at quarterback, helped lead Mullen to an unbeaten state championship a year ago.
|3. Jeff Lockie|
|Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista- Committed to Oregon|
Was all-league over Houston and Kline in his first year as the starter for the Mustangs.
|4. Tyler Stewart|
|Chatsworth (Calif.) Sierra Canyon
Good mobility and good size, and very productive through the air.
|5. Malik Watson|
When placed as the starter for the Pirates, team took off. Has more upside than any other dual-threat guy in the region.
National Recruiting Analyst and West Regional Manager Brandon Huffman, Southwest Recruiting Analyst Jason Jewell and Northwest Recruiting Analyst Jake Worthen contributed to these rankings.