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Posted On: 11/21/20 3:27 PM

Quarterbacks can be difficult to recruit. Some of the best players in Kansas play quarterback for their respective teams, but might not fit that position at the college level.

Here are five starting quarterbacks who had impressive 2020 seasons that college recruiters should start paying attention to fill Class of 2022 and 2023 needs.

Gabe WelchGabeWelch5'11" | QBArkansas City | 2023StateKS, 6’0”, 180, Arkansas City – Welch, just a sophomore has led Arkansas City to the Class 4A state title game. Welch threw for more than 2,000 yards in 2020 and for nine touchdowns. He has an athletic frame and proved this season that he manage an offense.

Cade Oliver, 6’0”, 185, Wabaunsee –  The Wabaunsee Chargers suffered an early playoff exit in 2020, however, they will return their starting quarterback for 2021. Oliver has a big arm and threw for 21 touchdowns this season. He finished with more than 2,000 yards in the passing game and also ran for four scores.

Lance HoffsommerLanceHoffsommer6'2" | QBSedgwick | 2022StateKS,  6’2”, 180, Sedgwick— Hoffsommer is a huge talent at a small school. He threw for 1,915 yards and 21 touchdowns for the Class 1A Cardinals. He still has one year left of high school ball, but every

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