Class of 2025: Top 10 TXHSFB Quarterback Prospects

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1. Keelon Russell (6'3, 175) - Duncanville

Smooth is the name of the game for Russell. He's developed into one of the state's best, leading Duncanville to back-to-back state titles. Committed to Alabama. 

2. Ty Hawkins (6'0, 185) - San Antonio Johnson

A dangerous runner with a powerful arm and a quick release. Very competitive and attacks defenses. Committed to TCU. 

3. Adam Schobel (6'4, 185) - Columbus

Schobel has elite arm talent featuring a whiplike release and a frame that will be developed at the next level. Will be a four-year varsity starter. Committed to Oklahoma State. 

4. Lloyd Jones (6'3, 200) - Hitchcock

This big, strong dual-threat has a tremendous frame and has consistently improved his passing skills year over year. Committed to Texas Tech.

5. Kevin Sperry (6'1, 200) - Denton Guyer

Makes the move back to Texas after capturing a state title ring at Oklahoma City Carl Albert. Committed to Oklahoma. 

6. Edward Griffin (6'1, 210) - Coppell

He will pick defenses apart with his ability to distribute to all levels. Accurate passer with a 41 to 3 touchdown to interception ratio. Committed to Baylor. 

7. Kelden Ryan (6'2, 200) - DeSoto

Ryan has as much upside as any quarterback in the state, and he has the natural arm strength to make all the throws. Committed to Virginia Tech. 

8. Sawyer Anderson (5'11, 175) - Dallas Parish Episcopal

A proven winner with three state title rings under his belt. He anticipates well and has a quick release. Committed to Purdue. 

9. Austin Carlisle - Fort Bend Ridge Point

A high percentage passer who is a threat as a runner. Very competitive. Committed to Houston. 

10. Landyn Locke (6'3, 170) - Rockwall

Has the arm talent to make all of the throws and the frame to add at the next level. Committed to Wisconsin.


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