The two are so different yet so a like. They both exude confidence, are terrific leaders and field generals. They command respect. Physically, they don't compare. Sanchez is talented, has a good arm and moves well enough. Physically, Perrilloux is off the charts. Where Sanchez has the edge over Perrilloux right now is the mental side of the game. He makes quicker and more decisive decisions with the ball.
As far as upside, no one in the nation has more than Ryan Perrilloux. If you don't believe me, than watch the video for yourself. Perrilloux, from LaPlace (La.) East St. John High School, is an amazing talent blessed with the best arm in the country. He is not Michael Vick running the ball but he has some very similiar traits. Most of all, you can't lay a hand on him in the pocket.
Perrilloux had an incredible senior season, passing for 3,546 yards (225/342) and 30 touchdown passes and running for 1,460 yards (226 carries) and 37 touchdowns. He accounted for 69 total touchdowns and finished his career second in total yards behind Brock Berlin with 12,705 yards.
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