By Dave Daniels @AllDave_AllDay on June 6, 2014
Quarterback is obviously a position that gets a lot of attention in college football recruiting, and it is no secret why. The passing game has evolved into such a crucial part of the sport, because dual-threat quarterbacks have opened up even more of the field with their legs. Here are the five uncommitted QBs who could tip the recruiting scales over in the 2015 class, and these are the ones with national title hopes.
Sheriron Jones has by far one of the coolest first names in the 2015 college football recruiting class, but I also want to draw particular focus to his athleticism. He can run the 40-yard dash in 4.6 seconds, and he could end up joining the Arizona Wildcats. However, do not count out the Florida Gators swooping in at the last second.
Quinten Dormandy is still mulling his offers, but it seems of late that the 6-foot-4, 208-pound QB is leaning towards the Alabama Crimson Tide. It is interesting; they seem to pop up a lot, and especially when it comes to the top recruits in the country.
Ross Trail is one of the top pro-style quarterbacks who are still uncommitted in the 2015 college football recruiting class, and he stands at 6-foot-3 and 200 pounds. The two finalists seem to be Louisville and Ole Miss, and that should disappoint his home state school of Arkansas State. Rest assured, he will make the right decision.
Blake Barnett is a unique athlete, and he is ranked as a four star quarterback according to Rivals. The Oregon Ducks have always been in the mix for Barnett, but there is still is a slim chance that he could slip away to a team like Alabama.
Torrance Gibson was always going to be at the top of this list, and that is just what happens when you are a five star rated quarterback by every recruiting outlet. It seems to be a three horse race for Gibson, and I think that Auburn and Tennessee are at the top of his list. The Ohio State Buckeyes always seem to be in the running for these elite quarterbacks though, and I would not count them out. A national title could hang in the balance.
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