The Peach state has long been known to produce quality football players and every NFL squad is littered with kids from this state. What you will not see is a bunch of quarterbacks on NFL rosters due to history of the wing T and option offense that is still used heavily in Georgia.
However teams like North Gwinnett, Calhoun and Gainesville have been leaders to show other schools how effective the spread offense can be on the high school level.
I think that this passing system and 7 on 7 teams are developing better throwing quarterbacks and schools are starting to take notice of the signal callers from this state.
Here is a look at some of the best in this class
Conner Shaw- Led his team all the way to the state championship game in his first season as a full time quarterback. He passed for over 2,200 yards and rushed for over a 1,000. His early offer list includes, Georgia Tech, South Carolina, West Virginia, Wake Forest and others.
Blake Sims-Listed as a athlete among many, but he is a pure spread offense quarterback. Would seem ideal in Michigan's offense. He already has a offer from them as well. His early offer sheet includes, Georgia, Arkansas, Tennessee, West Virginia and others.
Devin Burns-His early offer list includes Maryland, UAB,Vanderbilt.
Barry Bostic- Another quarterback is listed as a athlete. Early offer list includes, Kentucky, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Miss. St and Vanderbilt.
Nash Nance-In one of the most watched offseason moves Nance moved to a school for his senior year that already has a all state quarterback in Michael Johnson returning at Calhoun. Regardless of that situation Nance is getting offers and got another one yesterday from Vanderbilt. Others include Miss. St, UTC and Harvard. Central Florida seems to be very close to pulling the trigger on a offer.
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