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Southeast Five-Star - Top Quarterbacks Performers

Courtesy: National Underclassmen Football Combine Staff
          Release: March 22, 2012
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Quentin Gibson

2014

73/156

Archbishop Shaw, LA

Gibson won the QB MVP. He showed an excellent deep ball and is a supreme athlete. He is very accurate and has a fantastic arm, but must work on his delivery. He was the No. 8 Overall Player.

Ryan Noonan

2013

74/200

Pope John Paul II, LA

At 6-2, 200, Noonan has the prototypical size, showed great accuracy and throws great balls. He has good feet but must work on harder throws. He was No. 19 Overall.

Ty Storey

2015

74.5/200

Charleston, AR

Storey was the only player from the Class of 2015 in the top 25. He already has excellent size at 6-2 ½, 200 and possesses an excellent release. He has great accuracy and amazing spin on his ball, he has excellent upside.

 

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Brandon Bergeron

2013

73 ¾, 187

St. Thomas Moore, LA

Bergeron showed great fundamentals, good drop and good ball movement.

James Boyd

2014

74 ½, 167

Banneker, GA

Boyd showed great spin on his throws and has a huge arm. He is tall and very athletic but needs work on his fundamentals.

Trenon Trosclair

2013

72, 183

Eunice, LA

Trosclair has a good arm and spins the ball well. He has solid fundamentals.

Raymond Crochet

2014

73, 179

Salmen, LA

Crochet showed good leadership but needs to work on arm strength.



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