Posted On: 02/22/21 1:42 PM

With the NCAA Dead Period being extended to May 31, showcase camps and 7v7’s are major ways for athletes to get exposure. So, these types of events have become more vital to a high school football player’s recruitment. Over the next several months, I will write about the athletes that I evaluate in-person at the camps and 7v7 tournaments that I attend.

I watched and evaluated several 2020 quarterbacks in early February. Here are five Class of 2022 quarterbacks from Pennsylvania whose stock should rise in the next several months.

Brad Hoffman Ι 6-2 215 Ι Berks Catholic HS

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Hoffman put together a solid junior year campaign this past season. He completed 29 out of 64 passes for 603 yards, eight touchdowns, and three interceptions.

Jack Capaldi Ι 6-2 190 Ι Malvern Prep HS

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Capaldi made the most out of the four games he played in during the 2020 season. He completed 36-out-of-63 passes for 633 yards and three touchdowns during those games. Capaldi took home Top Quarterback honors at the All State Preps Quarterback Challenge after winning a tie-breaker between him, Michael

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