Posted On: 04/20/21 7:28 PM

Prep Redzone looks at some quarterbacks that will be in the mix during the next rankings update. These are athletes who currently are not ranked by Prep Redzone Maryland.

Ashten Snelsire/Quarterback/6-3/210/Decatur

Snelsire just finished his junior season with the best stats for any quarterback that was reported. He completed 113/204 passes for 1,714 yards, 23 touchdowns and four interceptions at a 55 percent passing rate. Snelsire has certainly earned himself a spot in the rankings.

Wyatt Hagan/Quarterback/6-1/190/St. John’s

Hagan played in four games this spring and helped his team win three of them. He completed 39-out-of-69 passes for 575 yards, six touchdowns, and three interceptions. It’s a small sample size, but he plays in one of the toughest conferences in the northeast.

John Griffith John Griffith 6'2" | QB St. Frances | 2022 State MD /Quarterback/6-2/205/St. Frances

Griffith has played in only one game in the last 12-plus months. He’s getting a lot of FBS interest and has an offer from Arizona.

Rodney Nelson/Running Back/Franklin

Nelson carried the football 35 times for 459 yards and four touchdowns in four games last season. That’s an eye-popping 13.1 yards per carry. If he’s able to showcase his speed and quickness in a camp setting, the offers will start to come in.

John Griffith John Griffith 6'2" | QB St. Frances | 2022 State MD /Quarterback/6-2/205/St. Frances Griffith has played in only one game in the last 12-plus months. He’s getting a lot of FBS interest and has an offer from Arizona. Rodney Nelson/Running Back/Franklin Nelson carried the football 35 times for 459 yards and four touchdowns in four games last season. That’s an eye-popping 13.1 yards per carry. If he’s able to showcase his speed and quickness in a camp setting, the offers will start to come in. Ike White Ike White 6'0" | WR St. Frances | 2022 MD /Wide Receiver/6-0/175/St. Frances White already has several Power 5 offers. There hasn’t been a rankings update on the site in a while. Otherwise, he would certainly be among the top wide receivers in the state. St. Frances has played one game in the past year. Zimeir Handy/Wide Receiver/5-8/175/Decatur Handy has established himself as a name to know headed into the summer. He caught 35 passes for 529 yards and ten touchdowns in seven games. He averaged 15.1 yards per catch in those contests. Pound for pound, he’s one of the best offensive weapons in the state of Maryland. Kamere Watson/Linebacker/5-11/205/Dundalk Watson made 21 total tackles (14 solo, including 8 tfl) and sacked the quarterback five times in four games this past season. We may consider him a little undersized for an outside linebacker, but he was productive this past season. I can see him being moved to the inside linebacker position at the next level. Shareef Curry/Cornerback/6-1/170/Easton Curry was efficient in the four games he was able to play in this spring. He made 12 tackles (9 solos) and caught five interceptions. Teams will have to keep Curry in mind when they game plan against Easton’s defense this fall. Zach Bramble/Linebacker/5-9/195/Easton Bramble has a strong spring season on the defensive side of the ball. He made 52 tackles (31 solos) in five games.

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