Posted On: 02/13/21 12:54 PM

There are some highly talented QB's in the San Diego Section that are falling well under the radar. They have proved to produce at a high level and all of them show big potential going forward. Take a look at 5 undervalued QB's from the San Diego Section:

Jordan Reed, 6'6" 205lbs, Central Union HS

Reed recently transferred from Imperial to Central Union. He sizes up with a long, athletic frame with solid athleticism. He has a live arm with a fluid over the top release. He stands tall and displays good footwork in the pocket with poise. He goes through his progression and showed the ability to hit all 3 levels of throws with velocity or touch. He has good timing with his receivers and can get the ball out quick when he needs to, and fit the ball in tight windows. He's flashed the ability to make plays on his feet given his athleticism, and reminds me of Justin Herbert. Definite FBS level talent that deserves to draw much more attention.

Jakob Harris, 6'2" 225lbs, Oceanside HS

Harris moves well in the pocket and shows to go through progression nicely.

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