Arizona's Top QB Prospects
Connor Brewer
Connor Brewer
Southwest Recruiting Analyst
Posted Jul 26, 2011
Jason Jewell

Breaking down the top signal callers in the Grand Canyon State for the 2011 season

Arizona's Top QB Prospects for 2011 Season

1. Connor Brewer - Chaparral
2. Jon Brown - Apollo
3. Hunter Rodriguez - Desert Vista
4. Tommy Thornton - Marcos De Niza
5. Jordan Gehrke - Notre Dame Prep
6. Tyler Bruggman (JR) - Brophy Prep
7. Kurtis Walls - Fairfax
8. Kyle Duran - Basha
9. Bryce Kinsler (JR) - Cactus Shadows
10. Taylor Audsely - Bradshaw Mountain

Riser- Tommy Pistone - Yuma Catholic- Kid has impressive film and had big numbers last year but no one knows about him because he's from Yuma. At 6-5 200, he's a drop back passer and will put up big numbers in 2011.

Darrell Garretson - Chandler- Garretson, just a junior, has huge shoes to fill but the coaches have high hopes for him and he has looked good in summer passing league and at college camps.

Blake Kemp - Hamilton- Hamilton has a good thing going, grooming QBs and getting solid play out of them as seniors. Kemp got in the rotation last year with Kyren Poe. How will he do as a full time starter?

Pound for Pound Award - Andre Gattie - Liberty- Kid gets it done on the ground and in the air, topping over 1,000 yards in each category in 2010.

Biggest Questions- Will Jordan Becerra play any QB at Desert Ridge? Or will Parker Rasmussen bounce back fully from his injury and take all of the snaps? Will D.J. Foster play QB? Rumor is he is going to play some Wildcat. Whats up with Alyn Fletcher? Is he going to play at Catalina Foothills, Salpointe, or elsewhere? How will Centennial handle the situation wth Justin Sanchez and Troy Hawthorne?

Watch List

Steven Bevan - Mesquite- 5-11 180
Trevor Bonafasi - Boulder Creek- 5-11 170
Andy Cota (SOPH) - Sunnyside- 5-10 160
Tyler Davis - St David- 6-1 160
Gavin DeFilippo - Amphi- 6-1 195
Ryan Finley (JR) - Paradise Valley- 6-4 175
Alyn Fletcher - Catalina Foothills- 6-0 225
Orbi Gonzales - Northwest Christian
Jackson Harley - Pinnacle- 6-3 175
Troy Hawthorne - Centennial- 6-2 185
Jay Hector - Sierra Linda
Auston Hillman - Deer Valley- 6-2 175
Chandler Hovik - Chavez- 6-1 180- HM
Chad Hons - Millennium- 6-1 175
Jack Johnson – Sedona- 6-2 205
Jalen Jackson - Holbrook
Evan Kinney (JR) - Corona del Sol- 6-0 175
Trevor Kortsen - Coconino- 6-0 150
Eric Kump - Higley- 6-1 190
Chad Leonard - Skyline
Vinnie Marin - Thunderbird- 5-9 175
Dean Martino - Poston Butte- 6-0 160
Taylor Nezdoba - Willow Canyon- 6-0 180
Jeremy Noble - Mesa- 6-0 170
Cody Primm - Verrado- 6-1 195
Parker Rasmussen - Desert Ridge- 5-10 175
Justin Sanchez - Centennial- 6-0 170
Jordan Schulze - Youngker- 6-5 175
Max Shepherd – Sunrise Mountain- 6-0 175
Cris Thorson (JR) - Marana Mt View- 5-11 165
Cameron Volk (JR) - Tucson- 6-2 170
Keenan White (JR) - Mohave- 5-11 180
Aidan Wright - Scottsdale Christian- 6-1 180

Disclaimer: Remember these rankings are subjective. They are based on my opinion on who is the best college prospect, not the best high school player. They are subject to change and please expect them to throughout the year. I am sure I missed a kid or two or three. If I did, please email me at

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