SCPrepNation.com 2014 Quarterback Rankings

With some of the top quarterbacks in the state starting to take to the national stage in regards to their recruitment we have our early position rankings at quarterback inside. Who's the top prospect under center according to SCPrepNation.com? Come inside to find out who the Top 6 are currently...

SCPrepNation.com Top 6 2014 Quarterbacks

1. Jacob Park

Stratford HS

6'3 200 lbs.

J Park Park has quickly picked up steam since the end of his junior season and has picked up offers from some of the nation's top programs. Good size, arm strength, and good mobility in the pocket. Recruitment should be an interesting to watch over the course of this season.

2. Mason Rudolph

Northwestern HS

6'4 195 lbs.

M Rudolph Rudolph comes from a program that is known for their aerial attack and he has been spectacular in running their offense. Some may say it's a product of the system but he's got the size, ability to make multiple throws, and a winning attitude. Could challenge for #1 before long in our opinion.

3. Shuler Bentley

Byrnes HS

6'1 180 lbs.

S Bentley Bentley may not have the height but he's got an immense knowledge of the game, a strong arm, and a gunslinger's mentality. He, like Rudolph, comes from a passing system which thrives year in and year out. Stats are astronomical and he could break some state records this year. Hopefully larger schools don't overlook him, he's a winner who should excel in the right setting.

4. Bo Baldwin

South Aiken HS

6'5 228 lbs.

B Baldwin Injuries have plagued Bo Baldwin but he has a lot of the intangibles college coaches are looking for these days. Size, a strong arm, and toughness. Many interested parties, but many will want to see him in person come this fall before offering we're hearing.

5. Will Hunter

Lexington HS

6'2 180 lbs.

W Hunter Hunter has been on the radar for quite some time and there are lot of schools who are keeping close tabs on him. Throws a good ball and has put up some strong numbers during his career. Game has evolved and he's got a winner's mentality.

6. R.J. Rosemond

Carolina HS

6'0 170 lbs.

R Rosemond Rosemond has put together strong sophomore and junior seasons accounting for 25 and 32 touchdowns respectively. . He is on the small side for most D1 schools but he very well could be a player that a D2 program can implement. If he can amp up the speed more D1 schools may take a look as a possible dual-threat prospect.

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