2012 Quarterback Sleepers

We take a look at some quarterbacks who have flown way under the radar in our opinion in the 2012 class. Come inside to find out some of the sleepers who really we like currently as we head towards the start of the new season like 6'3 215 pound Wilson Hall QB Gibson Klapthor (pictured) and others.

The 2012 quarterback recruiting class here in South Carolina doesn't have a ton of highly rated stars in the fold this recruiting cycle. There's still plenty of talent throughout the Palmetto State though. Caleb Rowe of Blue Ridge has already committed to Maryland and expect him to be analyzed and rated soon by the Scout.com recruiting managers during our next ratings release.

Greer's Reese Hannon already holds multiple offers and is another prospect who will continue to draw more interest during his senior season. Below are some guys who we feel are highly underrated sleepers who we feel will have superb senior seasons and are ones to watch moving forward.

Gibson Klapthor (Wilson Hall Prep): This young man has the size (6'3 215) you love on the college level and he's a surprisingly good athlete to boot. Last year he passed for over 1,200 yards and rushed for over 900 yards with 29 total touchdowns. Scored a 99.24 SPARQ rating earlier this summer. With top notch grades as well expect the Ivy League schools to take a close look at Klapthor this year.
Dalton Saunders (Summerville): Many may knock his lack of height (6'0 180) but Saunders is a fierce competitor who plays at the highest level in the state (AAAA) and passed for over 2,700 yards and 24 touchdowns a year ago. With his senior year ahead Saunders is out to prove naysayers wrong again with another huge season. He's got the type of swagger and gunslinger mentality that we love.
Hunter Townes (Christ Church Episcopal): Like Saunders Townes isn't the biggest signal caller out there but he too plays with tremendous heart and athleticism. He's powered Christ Church to a remarkable season last year with a 13-1 record, and he's set to improve upon his stats last year.
Hudson Worthy (Porter-Gaud School): Here's a young man who piled up some simply amazing numbers last season. Chew on 4,102 yards and 50 touchdowns folks! The 6'2 185 pound Worthy deserves plenty more attention from college recruiters and he should see interest pick up if he gets remotely close to or improves on his numbers a year ago.

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