Posted On: 02/21/21 12:00 PM

Getting to play QB in high school is not only an unbelievable experience for many, but it is an extremely big responsibility as well. Each prospect holds such a high level of responsibility to the offense, and the team’s success is oftentimes predicated on the QB’s operation of the scheme. While some players throughout Georgia, such as Trevor Lawrence, and Justin Fields have gone on to be unbelievable high school QB prospects, there are others who may only have a fraction of their talent, but are still worthy to play at smaller programs, and will display a ton of success when doing it as well. Below, we have listed a few smaller school QB prospects in the 2021 class who we feel are worth taking a look at.

Rashad Davis- Fitzgerald

Davis, who has a strong arm, has shown that he can execute an offense with deep shots and passes at a very high level. Not only can he operate this to efficiency, but he also has put on film that he can be an effective game manager, and handle checkdowns as needed as well. While he does not make too many key mistakes at QB, he also does not

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