Posted On: 01/11/21 12:10 PM

There are several 2022 prospects in the Hoosier State that can project to multiple positions on the football field. Their versatility and skill-sets make them valuable players for their high school teams, and they are on pace to figure somewhere on a college football roster. Here are some player profiles.

ATH: J’uan Swanson, Ben Davis HS, 6’0, 185

J’uan started at quarterback for Ben Davis this past season, and he helped lead his team to the semi-state championship. This prospect is also a member of the baseball team. J’uan has very good arm talent, and he demonstrates great on-field leadership skills. He is also very mobile, and he has a knack for making a big play at the most important times of the game. J’uan can project to QB, but colleges will also want to work out this prospect as a running back and wide receiver. He can also project to the defensive secondary. J’uan is highly athletic, and he is the type of prospect that can "run, catch, and throw."

ATH: Maximus Webster, Westfield HS, 6’1, 225

Maximus settled in as the quarterback for Westfield this past season. He helped pave the way for the Shamrocks to reach the

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