Posted On: 07/20/20 7:43 PM

The New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA) has officially shifted the 2020 high school football season to the spring, and last Monday the governor of New Mexico ordered all summer workouts for fall sports to halt immediately. Nonetheless, we’re plowing ahead with our coverage. Today we look at the top five quarterbacks in Class 4A:

Brandon FurbeeBrandonFurbee6'3" | QBGrants | 2022StateNM, Grants: Just a rising junior, the 6-foot-3, 230-pound Furbee is arguably the best quarterback and the top college prospect in Class 4A. How big will he be a year from now when he’s preparing for his senior campaign? If you follow him on Twitter, you know Furbee isn’t afraid of hard work, a must-have trait for any college QB. Last season Furbee led Grants to a 10-2 record and a spot in the 4A playoff semifinals by throwing for 1,611 yards and 20 TD. A shortened spring season means equaling those numbers will be challenging, but don’t bet against Furbee. Plenty of college coaches will find their way to Grants over the next 12 to 18 months.

Walker WenzelWalkerWenzel6'1" | QBSilver | 2021StateNM, Silver: The Fighting Colts went 6-6 last season and must replace several key contributors on defense, but the 6-foot-1 Wenzel makes

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