Midlands 2015: Scout 300 QBs

Justice Hansen

Taking a closer look at the four Midlands quarterbacks who earned the distinction of being named to the Scout300 on Monday...

No. 75 Jerrod Heard - QB - Denton (Texas) Guyer - Texas
A quarterback who leads with a calm, cool effectiveness. He is highly efficient as a thrower completing at an above average %. He is strong in all phases, but excels on the deep ball, where he shows great touch and the ability to find the open receiver. He has a good arm, but may be even more lethal as a runner. He is smart with his reads and his ability to see a step ahead allows him to make the right cuts and find open spaces in the defense.

No. 93 David Cornwell - QB - Norman (Okla.) North Alabama
Big-bodied quarterback, who moves very well for a player his size. he is not a speed demon, but shows good feet in the pocket, the ability to throw on the run and can also pull the ball down and get up the field. He has a very strong arm, which could be described to have easy power. He can get a lot of zip on the ball without a lot of effort from his entire body. He could play with some more consistency, but can definitely make the throws.

No. 249 Foster Sawyer - QB - Fort Worth (Texas) All Saints - TCU
A calm, cool character in the pocket. He has a great frame and has the height to see over the top of the biggest offensive line. His calm demeanor allows him to make sound reads and accurate throws. He is not a big-time runner, but is able to move around in the pocket to buy time and he also throws decently while on the run. Still, he is most dangerous when he has the time to set his feet and throw. Nice blend of skills and upside.

No. 256 Justice Hansen - QB - Edmond (Okla.) Santa Fe - Oklahoma
Has great pocket presence. He will step up in the pocket and deliver a very accurate and catchable ball. He is also a threat on the ground. While he is not a blazer he is smart with the football and is a determined runner. He shows the ability to move in the pocket and set up quickly to get the ball down the field. He does not panic while under pressure. Has good velocity on his throws and seems to grasp the concept of throwing with touch.

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