This is a dream year at the quarterback position. There are a ton of very good signal callers and they are located in every region in the country.
A hot name right now is Pennsylvania's Bryan Savage. The 6-foot-4, 210-pounder, from Haverford has skyrocketed up the charts after a strong showing at the (State College) Nike Camp.
On film, Savage looks like a complete athlete. Athlete is the first word that came out of my mouth as I watched Bryan pick apart opposing defenses.
Savage has a strong arm, his play action and drops are exceptional and he makes plays. Bryan can make every throw on the field and he makes things happen when nothing is there for him.
His footwork is outstanding and he's not afraid to run with the ball either and I saw him deliver some big hits on defensive backs.
Its definitely going to be tough ranking the quarterback position in 2003 but I'd have to say that Bryan Savage is definite "Top 25" national quarterback that has the ability to play in an conference in America.
Scouting Bryan Savage
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