Still Available - JUCO QBs

A look at which JUCO QBs are still available including mid-year prospects who can sign right now...

Blinn QB Jake Hubenak (6-3, 200)(May)- The Oklahoma State bounceback had a huge season for the Bucs, completing 67.9% of his passes for 4,052 yards with 47 touchdowns and nine interceptions. He has an offer from San Diego State and is getting looks from Houston, Kansas and Connecticut. As a redshirt freshman, Hubenak still has three years available to play at the next level.

Trinity Valley QB Kyle Postma (6-3, 200)(May)– Postma put up huge numbers while leading the Cardinals to a 12-0 record. He completed 67.3% of his passes for 3,328 yards, 38 touchdowns and nine interceptions. He also used his underrated athleticism to hurt defenses by rushing for 385 yards and five touchdowns. So far, the talented passer has offers from Lamar, Southeastern Louisiana, Houston Baptist, Stephen F. Austin and Northwestern State. He will have three years to play three starting this fall.

Arizona Western QB Trent Hosick (6-2, 225)(May)- Hosick, a Missouri bounceback, was committed to BYU, but has since decided to open things up and hopes to take some visits in January. The sophomore is a dual-threat, able to run or pass with equal aplomb. This season, Hosick finished with 1,230 yards passing with 12 touchdowns and four picks while completed 62% of his passes. He also rushed for 639 yards and a team-leading 11 scores as well.

Golden West QB Chris d'Entremont (6-2, 190)(mid-year)- It’s a huge shock that d'Entremont hasn’t received a lot of recruiting attention. Over the past two years, the talented signal-caller has thrown for 5,600 yards and nearly 70 touchdowns. This season, the sophomore completed 56.8% of his passes for 3,297 yards with 43 touchdowns to just seven interceptions while leading the Rustlers to a 7-4 record and he was named the Offensive Player of the Year by the CCCAA.

Copiah-Lincoln QB Daniel Fitzwater (6-6, 230) (May)- The sophomore helped lead the Wolfpack to an 8-3 record by throwing for 3,080 yards with 22 touchdowns and seven interceptions while completing 62% of his passes. Fitzwater has offers from plenty of schools including Arkansas State, Georgia State, Louisiana-Monroe, Rutgers, South Alabama, Texas State, Troy, Western Kentucky and Louisiana-Lafayette. He will have three years to play two starting this fall.

Dodge City QB Deondre Ford (6-1, 200) (May)- The sophomore signal-caller had a solid season for Dodge City, completing 60.5% of his passes for 2,826 yards with 18 touchdowns. Ford also rushed for 173 yards and four more touchdowns as a runner. He does sport an offer from Central Arkansas, but he also is getting some attention from some FBS schools as well.

Ventura QB Marc Evans (6-3, 200)(mid-year)- Evans started nine games for Ventura this season and earned First Team All-Conference honors after completed 60.7% percent of his passes from 1,588 yards with 14 touchdowns and just two picks.

College of San Mateo QB Justin Burgess (6-2, 210)(mid-year)- Burgess got a majority of the snaps for the Bulldogs this season and he was solid, going 77 of 143 (53.8%) for 1,415 yards with 12 touchdowns and seven interceptions. Burgess has a strong arm and he’s physical with a good, solid frame. He is a redshirt freshman so he can return to CSM next fall, but if he leaves he would have three years to play three starting this fall.

College of San Mateo QB Jeremy Cannon (6-2, 210)(mid-year)- Cannon got snaps in five games this year and is a true dual-threat type with quick feet and a strong arm. He went 26 of 55 (47.3%) for 463 yards with five touchdowns and an interception while rushing for 212 yards and another touchdown. Like Burgess, Cannon can return to CSM next fall, but if he leaves he would have three years to play three starting this fall.

Moorpark QB Nick Davis (6-0, 190)(mid-year)- Davis, a starter in 2013, split reps with a freshman this past season, but still managed to complete 57.1% of his passes for 1,111 yards with six touchdowns and 11 interceptions. He also finished with 373 yards and led the team with six touchdowns on the ground.

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