Posted On: 02/25/21 3:03 PM

Within the past two decades the college passing game has filtered down to the high school level and up to the pro ranks. These elite eight Midwest quarterbacks can transition to the next level without issue due to their skill level and athleticism running wide open offensive schemes. They all show excellent on-field decision making abilities and passing talents.

  1. Tayven Jackson Tayven Jackson 6'4" | QB Center Grove | 2022 State IN     6’5” 195     Greenwood, Indiana     Cedar Grove

A real dual threat quarterback, Jackson can destroy a defense with his legs as well as his arm. He is most impressive with his pocket presence. He instinctively steps up or slides in the pocket to avoid a heavy rush. Tayven is excellent at running the read option, knowing when to handoff and when to keep the ball. He can rifle the football on target even when having to throw across his body. Jackson has multiple D1 offers but is uncommitted at this point.

  1. Brady Allen Brady Allen 6'6" | QB Gibson Southern | 2022 State IN     6’5” 195     Fort Branch, Indiana     Gibson Southern

Allen is a pro style quarterback that displays a great touch on his passes, especially when throwing vertical routes. He has a quick release and throws with accuracy when

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