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From a projection standpoint he could very well be the top QB in Oregon for the 2020 class. He is super smooth and confident in the pocket and can beat you with his feet as well. Earned 2nd team all league honors behind Penn St commit Michael Johnson Jr. , finishing the season with 2,602 passing yards (63% com pct) and 27 passing/2 rushing TDs.
Maybe the fastest rising stock of any QB in the NW. Earned 1st team all league accolades while splitting reps a majority of the season. Hit on 70% of his passes, throwing 15 TDs/2 INTs. Impressed with his overall athleticism showing a unique ability to elude and score a variety of ways (5 rushing TDs, 264 yards)
Justice is an outstanding multi sport athlete (baseball) who really hasn't had a chance to prove himself on the football field yet, playing backup to Charlie Maynes the last 2 years. As a 6-6 lefty he is a very appealing recruit on the diamond. That said as he has shown flashes of greatness when given the opportunity.
Led the Metro League in passing, finishing #2 overall state wide. Doesn't get enough credit, tough kid. Comes from a football family. From a projection standpoint it will come down to him having another successful season and limiting his INTs.
As referenced previously Barker looks the part and possesses all of the necessary tools. He was ranked a 3* recruit by 247 and his upside justifies that. That said as his #s have been average earning honorable mention all conference honors. Barker helped the Celtics with a mid season turnaround starting the year (0-5) then running the table and winning the league title. Academic standout 4.0 GPA
Not a lot of people know about Pruitt as he plays 4A ball. That said as he is a phenomenal overall athlete and a potential MLB draft choice. Look for Pruitt to be a conference and possibly state player of the year candidate
Knighton will be a 4 year starter and one of the most efficient QB's in the NW. Great kid and leader. Doesn't necessarily project to a high level due to size. Over the last two years he has thrown for over 4000 yards and 47 TDs/10 INts.
Brother of former Oregon Duck standout LB Tyson Coleman. Playing for one of the top head coaches anywhere in NFL Vet Chris Miller. Played behind ASU commit Ethan Long. He will get his opportunity next season possessing a very high ceiling. Hit on 43/70 of his passes (61%) and 3 Tds/2 INTs in the backup role.
Griffin stepped up big in a backup role to Penn St commit Michael Johnson Jr. For the season he hit on 68% of his passes 8 TDs/3 INTs, while showing off outstanding overall athleticism running the ball (49 carries, 308 yards, 6.3 ypc, 4 Tds). He also did very well on the defensive side of the ball making 42 total tackles on the year.
Craig had an outstanding junior year earning 1st team All Metro honors from his QB spot. Possesses good size and speed and solidifies his overall athleticism at CB and as a Punter. Still a wait and see from a projection standpoint, as most of the Sunset athletes don't participate on the regional or national level, with 7v7 or any other competitive circuit.