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Preseason ranking of Southeastern Pennsylvania's top QBs

TOP 25 QBs

Preseason ranking of Southeastern Pennsylvania's top QBs

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TOP 25 QBs

Here is our preseason ranking of the top returning QBs in Southeastern Pennsylvania for 2014:

Rk. Player School Ht. Wt. Yr.

1. Kyle Shurmur La Salle 6-4 215 Sr.

The Vanderbilt commit threw for 2,474 yards and 25 touchdowns last season.

2. Brandon McIwain C.R. North 6-1 210

With his dual-threat skills, he has drawn offers from top-flight programs across the country.

3. Alex Hornibrook Malvern Prep 6-4 210 Sr.

The southpaw and Pittsburgh commit will direct Aaron Brady's new spread attack.

4. Collin DiGalbo Bonner-Prendergast 6-2 210 Sr.

Boston College, Cincinnati, Duquesne, and Rutgers want to see early-season highlight film.

5. Ryan Whayland Episcopal Ac. 6-2 215 Sr.

The Division I-AA prospect threw for more than 2,000 yards and 17 touchdowns last year.

6. Andre Dreuitt-Parks Imhotep Charter 6-2 195 Sr.

The third-year starter has drawn interest from Central Connecticut, Coastal Carolina, and Wagner.

7. Jon Jon Roberts W.C. East 5-9 155 Jr.

The dual-threat QB threw for 2,674 yards and 24 TDs last year; he ran for 800 yards.

8. Alex Pechin Unionville 6-1 185 Sr.

In 11 games last season, he passed for 1,887 yards and 22 touchdowns.

9. Danny Fisher Penncrest 6-2 195 Sr.

A passing and running threat, Fisher led the Lions to an 8-3 record last season.

10. Paul Dooley Springside Chestnut Hill 6-0 205 Sr.

Dooley has drawn recruiting interest from Delaware, Colgate, and Richmond.

11. Zack Carroll Father Judge 6-2 195 Sr.

The second-year starter's top targets include Prince Smith and Matt Hartigan.

12. Kevin Caldwell Ben Franklin 5-10 180 Sr.

He threw for a single-season school record of 1,700 yards and 22 touchdowns last year.

13. Mike Alley Pennsbury 6-4 200 Jr.

To play for the Falcons, the Conwell-Egan transfer needs approval from a PIAA subregional committee.

14. Antwain McCollum West Catholic 6-0 165 Sr.

The third-year starter hopes to lead the Burrs to another Catholic League Class AA title.

15. Vian Dolo Prep Charter 6-0 200 Sr.

Dolo has drawn interest from Coastal Carolina, Richmond, Stony Brook, and Wagner.

16. Tom Garlick Archbishop Wood 6-4 180 Jr.

17. Tyler McNulty Downingtown West 6-1 195 Sr.

18. Brandon Laughlin Cardinal O'Hara 6-1 105 Sr.

19. Aasim Campbell Samuel Fels 5-8 170 Jr.

20. Connor Derrickson Methacton 5-9 160 Sr.

21. Ray Lenhart Neumann-Goretti 6-0 170 Sr.

22. Matt Mesaros Pope John Paul II 6-3 185 Sr.

23. Jordan Young Coatesville 6-2 195 Jr.

24. Jack Clements St. Joseph's Prep 6-4 210 Sr.

25. Casey Walsh Hatboro-Horsham 5-10 155 Jr.

Others to watch, listed alphabetically: Kadir Chisholm, Olney, 6-3, 180, Sr.; Matt Dinacci, W.C. Henderson, 6-2, 200, Sr.; David Kretschman, Abington, 5-11, 175, Jr.; Brandon Leacraft, Spring-Ford, 6-1 185, Sr.; Anthony Russo, Archbishop Wood, 6-3, 200, Jr.; Ryan Stover, Upper Dublin, 6-4, 195, Jr.

 

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Rick O’Brien has been at The Inquirer since 1993, primarily covering high school sports in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Reach Rick at robrien@phillynews.com.

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