Saturday, August 10, 2013

2013 OC Football Watch List -- Quarterbacks

Alex Malzone – Birmingham Brother Rice
Even though he hasn’t been the No. 1 quarterback on the Brother Rice depth chart in the past two years, Malzone comes in to the 2013 as one of the most dangerous passers with his arm strength and accuracy and will once again have Brother Rice in the hunt for a state championship

Tyler Wiegers – Birmingham Detroit Country Day
Headed to Rutgers, Wiegers became one of the state’s most coveted quarterbacks after an impressive junior campaign where he was as dangerous as it gets with his ability to strike for a big play at any time and is one of the best in terms of protecting the ball as well.

Jalen Brady – Southfield
While Brady has yet to take a snap as a Blue Jay, the Bowling Green commit is already regarded as a top play maker from the quarterback position, whether he’s throwing the ball, or pulling it down to run and will have plenty of weapons at his disposal this fall.

Kyle Bambard – Walled Lake Western
One of the top kickers around, Bambard has proven to be just as dangerous as a quarterback as he has been one of the area's top signal callers with his ability to make a big play through the passing game as well as running the ball as well.

Spencer McCourt – Bloomfield Hills
One of the area’s top returning signal callers, McCourt has proven that he can make just about any throw and has one of the stronger arms after solidifying himself as one of Oakland County’s top quarterbacks in his junior campaign.

D.J. Zezula – Clarkston
After a full season under center, Zezula is poised for a big junior season where he should be able to keep defenses honest with his passing ability and will be a nice 1-2 punch with the Clarkston running game.

Dakota Kupp  Waterford Mott
Kupp is one of the fast rising pro-style quarterbacks that Oakland County has to offer as he's shown the ability to make almost any throw in the pocket for the Corsairs and passed for over 1,500 yards as a sophomore last season.

Nate Grys – Madison Heights Bishop Foley
A baseball star for the three time defending state champion ventures, Grys is also a strong armed quarterback who can make just about any throw from the pocket or on the run.

Danny Hubbell – Waterford Kettering 
Hubbell showed plenty of big play ability with his arm for the Captains last year and proved he can both make the deep throws to stretch secondaries, but is also an accurate passer on the shorter routes as well.

Glacier Wallington – Oxford
After being thrown into the fire in his freshman year, Wallington comes into his junior as one of the more experience signal callers in Oakland County and has continued to improve in each of the last two years.

Tristan Jackson – West Bloomfield
Jackson is another one of Oakland County’s talented young quarterbacks who has proven to be a legitimate threat in a number of ways while directing the West Bloomfield offense.

Nick Krumm – Walled Lake Central
After a promising season as the Viking signal caller, Krumm will enter this season as one of the most dangerous running quarterbacks in Oakland County and should continue to improve as a passer.

Brenden Newvine – Pontiac Notre Dame Prep
Newvine will be one of the top dual threat quarterbacks that Oakland County has to offer in the 2013 season as he showed off his ability to be a true playmaker during the playoffs last season.

Matt Sokol – Rochester Adams
Heading to Michigan State where he will play tight end for the Spartans, Sokol still remains one of the area’s best dual threat quarterbacks with his ability to create with both his arms as well as his legs.

Justin Allor – Stoney Creek
Very accurate passer in the pocket, Allor played a key role in Stoney Creek’s resurgence last season after proving to be one of the most efficient passers in the area after tossing 12 touchdowns in just five games for the Cougars.

Ross Heiman – Lakeland
Savvy field general for the Eagles, and has been an always improving passer over the course of the last couple of years at Lakeland and should keep defenses honest with the passing game to go along with the rushing attack.

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