There were some impressive performers across the state of Florida in Week No. 3 – and we have some for you – including Punta Gorda Charlotte QB John Busha.

Posted On: 03/31/21 11:10 AM

The state of Texas is known for producing elite high school talent year in and year out. That is no exception this year. However, because of the size of the state and the amount of high schools, players are bound to fall under the radar in the recruiting process. These three players haven’t received the kind of recognition that some of their peers have, but their recruiting process are beginning to heat.

Richard Torres Richard Torres 6'6" | QB Southside | 2022 State TX | 2022 QB | Southside HS

If a college program is looking for a gunslinger to run their offense, there is a good chance that the prospect that they are looking for plays high school in Texas. Southtside’s Richard Torres Richard Torres 6'6" | QB Southside | 2022 State TX is a prospect that is beginning to heat up on the recruiting trail.

Standing at a reported 6-foot-6 and weighing 210 pounds, Torres possesses an elite frame that helps him see over the defense and find the open receiver. Additionally, Torres has a strong arm that allows him to make just about every throw on the football field. Torres is not a speedster, but he has more than enough athletic ability to make plays out of the pocket.

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