Today in the 2011 JJHuddle Positional Player Rankings we take a look at the top senior quarterbacks in Ohio. Who are the Top 3? Who rounds out the Top 10? Who’s in the next 10? Who’s next in line?
In the upcoming Ohio
High School Football Preview, we’ll unveil the
highly-anticipated 2011 Top 200. The vaunted list of senior football
stars will include the best college “prospects” in the state of
Ohio. These guys are the best of the best and among the nation’s elite.
list will be generated once again by a veteran committee consisting of
but not limited to Eric Frantz (JJHuddle), Mark Porter
(ScoutingOhio) and Bill Kurelic (Bucknuts.com).
preamble to the Top 200, we are unleashing the 2011 JJHuddle
Positional Player Rankings over the course of the next three weeks.
We’ll list the Top 10 at each position and recognize others that could
crack that club come the fall.
Overall we’ll offer up over
550 seniors, 200 of which will make up the Top 200 in July.
also take a look at some of Ohio’s top Juniors at each position.
Football is 11 weeks away.
NOTE: Some players may appear at more than one position.
The release schedule is as follows:
Senior RB: June 15
Senior WR: June 16
Senior QB: June 17
Senior TE: June 20
Senior OL: June 21
Senior DT: June 22
Senior DE: June 23
Senior LB: June 24
Senior CB: June 27
Senior S: June 28
Senior K/P: June 29
Junior Offense: June 30
Junior Defense: July 1
2011 SENIOR QUARTERBACKS
(*Lists in Alphabetical order)
THE TOP 3
Austin Appleby, North Canton Hoover
Maty Mauk, Kenton
Tyler O’Connor, Lima Central Catholic
ROUNDING OUT THE TOP 10
Tyler Eden, University School
Cole French, Eaton
Reggie McAdams, Elida
Geovonnie McKnight, Middletown
Collin Michael, Lexington
Mason Schreck, Medina
Eric Williams, St. Ignatius
10 MORE WHO MAKE THE CUT
Kevin Besser, St. Vincent St. Mary
Luke Creditt, Waynesville
Austin Gearing, Bishop Fenwick
Jensen Gebhardt, Kings
Nick Merrick, Claymont
Will McCollister, Rock Hill
Austin Pritchard, Strongsville
Nick Riley, Canal Fulton Northwest
Michael Simpson, Chaminade Julienne
Derik Swinderman, Dover
NEXT IN LINE (no particular order)
Connor Hall, Shaker Heights
Kendrick Williams, Fairborn
Alex Shears, Wheelersburg
Nick Wargo, Walsh Jesuit
Patrick Kamer, Solon
Deontay Roberson, Dayton Jefferson
Tevin Grfffin, John Adams
Patrick Boyle, Valley View
Cody Hamblin, Miamisburg
Tanner Sinclair, Parma
John Banyasz, Columbia
Marcus Prather, Steubenville
Zach Bernhard, Ashland
Blake Yates, Valley High School
David Smith, Upper Arlington
Zach Olszewski, Pickerington North
Noah Kainrad, Southeast
Tevin Richards, Akron East
Konnor Baker, Ada
Kris Hall, Dayton Dunbar
Zack Newsock, Xenia
Ryan Pugh, Vandalia Butler
Colin Reardon, Poland
Seth Rosenbauer, Lima Shawnee
Austin Zachem, Kenston
Shawn Ball, Malvern
George Gresko, Eastlake North
Shane Denny, Groveport-Madison
Laird, Olmstead Falls
Beginning today, we’ll start unleashing Team Previews in both our Football and Coaches Office forums.
We’ll key on the top players, strengths,
weaknesses, milestones and more.
Talk to real Ohio High School Football Coaches in our Coaches Office forum.
JJHuddle is now the official media partner of the Ohio High School
Football Coaches Association and a proud sponsor of the organization.
The partnership gives OHSFCA members a place
to engage with and push information out to fans faster than ever before.
Think of it like an exclusive club for the state’s
most die-hard football fans!
POSITIONAL RANKINGS – NOW!
We’ve started releasing our 2011 positional listings for
seniors. Daily, we’ll unveil a new list of the top players at QB,
RB, WR, FB, TE, OL, K, P, DE, DT, ILB, OLB, CB, S and ATH. There’s no
guarantee these guys will make the 2011 Top 200, but plenty will.
Due out in July, the 2011 Ohio High School Football Preview issue
– PREVIEWS FOR ALL 24 PLAYOFF REGIONS
PREDICTIONS FOR EVERY REGION
– PRESEASON ALL-OHIO TEAMS FOR EACH
DIVISION AND BEST OF THE REST
– THE VAUNTED TOP 200
more…including an OHIO STATE PREVIEW by Bucknuts! ORDER
You know what they are and we know you want them. They’re coming in
August…Our Preseason State Rankings. Who is No. 1?