Posted On: 02/21/21 8:00 PM

As the spotlight is starting to shine on 2022 high school football recruits even more, we only felt that it was the appropriate time to start introducing some more of our underrated, small school prospects. Specifically, at the QB position, which is by far the hardest position in football to play, there are plenty of developmental, small school prospects throughout the state of Georgia. Not only did these players prove to have flashes of talent and ability during their junior year, but some of them also showed that they still have some football left in them after their senior year if given the chance. Below, you can check out a few of our favorite rising seniors, and their evaluations that show why we think they're talented enough to play at smaller programs if given a shot.

Carson Thomas- Lanier

Thomas, who saw some time at QB during his Junior year proved that he not only has a great amount of athleticism to his game, but that he has the movement skills to be a bit of a gadget player, like Taysom Hill. He not only shows to run the ball well when having to bail the pocket, but he also

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