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Going into the upcoming 2021 season, one of the hottest positions spoken of around the 210 is at quarterback. With the incoming senior class of quarterbacks having a good mix of names and abilities lets go over ten names to be aware of in the San Antonio area for the class of 2022.

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Before the first offer reported, those around San Antonio who had a glimpse of Southside’s Richard Torres were automatically drawn to the power in the arm of the Cardinal signal caller. With an Elite arm covering over 80 yards at anytime coupled with strength, good athletic ability(escape and extending plays) for a kid of his stature and solid speed he has the highest ceiling of the class at the position. With an offseason of dedication to the position and molding his raw talent and competing in camps such as Elite 11in Dallas and 7on7 ball with Texas Smoke, the 2021 season for Torres can turn into a show at any moment of being wowed. Coupled with aggressive and creative play calling of Coach Ricky Lock you can be guaranteed to see Torres talents on full display. Coming off of a 9-1 season and district championship Richard Torres is eager to get his team back to the playoffs and make a deeper run and is putting in as much work as possible to make that reality. He currently holds offers from UTSA, Nebraska,Kansas State,Utah, Washington State and UNLV to name a few.

The best pure passer in the city of San Antonio for the class of 2022 is Sylas Gomez. From sun up to sun down Sylas is dedicated to the position with one of the most arduous self imposed regimens I have heard of. Sylas played 2 years at receiver before taking over Quarterback last season and leading the Buttons to the 2nd round of the playoffs in a Covid19 shortened season of 6 games had a 69% completion rate No interceptions thrown with 6 Touchdown passes and rushed for 80 yards per game and 6 Touchdowns.He finished as the 2nd highest rated passer at the Elite11 challenge in Houston and Head and shoulders above Quarterbacks at FBU Combine San Antonio and runs a 4.68 40 yard time. Captain Cool or The General as people call him has been requested for 7on7 squads across the state for his prowess from the pocket ,decision making and accuracy. Central Catholic Head Coach Mike Santiago has a weapon primed and ready to dominate and lead the Buttons to great heights and should be unleashed on the TAPPS scene this year. A strong armed, accurate, smart and deceptively speedy and athletically gifted leader at the helm this has the making of being a breakout season. Sylas Gomez currently holds an offer from Army.

Britton Moore is set to lead Reagan to another successful season after his junior year campaign that led to a 9-2 season with an undefeated district championship run. He has continued to work this off season with Heralded Quarterback Coach Yale Vannoy and finished with the 4th highest Sparq score at the Elite 11 Quarterback Camp in Houston.

He is an excellent blend of arm and leg talent and is being used to his fullest capabilities in the Rattlers offense by Head Coach Lyndon Hamilton . Going into his senior year I feel he definitely has the capability of being a 1,500 + passer and rusher over 1,000 yards as well.He runs a 4.60 40yard time and has good change of direction skills and picks his run spots very well. He’s got a young core of receivers and a capable dump off/flats catching running back in Carson Green in the back field to use as weapons this season. Its not out of the realm of possibility for Moore to lead Reagan to repeats as district champs. Britton Moore currently holds and offer from Army.

Rashawn Galloway – Boerne HS

Rashawn is returning to the Boerne Greyhounds as one of the cities most experienced at the position and playoff tested. Last year Galloway led Boerne to the 3rd round of the playoffs. He showed off his arm and athleticism at the Elite 11 Quarterback Camp in Houston as he finished with the 7th best Sparq time. He has a very powerful arm and at 6 feet 205 pounds has the size to run you over as well. He will have a veteran receiving core returning and knows the greyhound offense in and out. Greyhounds Head Coach Che Hendrix has gotten a true leader under center to make this offense stay potent and maintain their 35 points per game average. Rashawn looks to improve on his 2,700 yard 30 Touchdown pass season.

Diego Narezo – Cornerstone Christian

Diego has been patiently waiting at Cornerstone high school , working and watching until this time has come to lead the Warriors. He was able to observe one of the States best in former Warriors starter Lucas Coley now at University Of Arkansas. Diego has been on a tear to say the least with area 7on7 team Elite House leading them to 2 semi final tourney finishes, a Regional Championship and 2 National Tourney invitations. He performed very well at the FBU San Antonio event and his confidence around competition has grown and his results show the part. He will have some good and new talent around him as he makes his debut as Cornerstones new leader , but trust he will not be rattled by the opportunity. Coach Bachman and the offense should be capable of a similar performance statistically from the previous season with Narezo under center. Diego has grown a lot and doesn’t lack confidence in his ability and this should make for a very fun season for Warriors faithful.

Isaiah Williams – Karen Wagner HS

Being at a school that historically runs the Wing-T and is known for its running-quarterbacks and dominant running backs it can be hard to establish yourself as a passing quarterback. But given the opportunity Isaiah Williams has shown to be a capable passer his sophomore year he had the city leader in touchdown receptions on his team in Joshua Cobbs (16). Given the change in Wagners Head Football Coach , if there is a change in offensive philosophy you could definitely see more and better passing numbers for Williams in the Wagner Offense. Wagner has a quarterback who’s taken his team to the 5A D1 state semi finals as a sophomore and to make 6A playoffs in the most competitive district in San Antonio. When most people counted the team out given the move to 6A, Isaiah has put in solid work in the Off season to cap off his high school career and is ready for whatever offense may be implemented. If in a more traditional offense theres no doubt Isaiah could perform with some of the best in the city. I definitely believe more use of his arm will help the use of his legs if the offense is to remain the same as the loss of a career 5.5 k yard rusher in LJ Butler should fall on the arm of the quarterback.

Michael Burroughs – Converse Judson

Burroughs is an intriguing player who has a ton of potential. He’s got the speed and ability to run by the defense and also possesses one of the stronger arms in the city. He’s a Home run threat on the ground and in the air. With a year of experience at the head of one of the most prominent teams in the city. This year is going to be a proving ground of development and testament of off season work for the Judson signal caller. After a shocking first round exit for the Judson Rockets compounded with his own expectations you can expect a heightened focus on detail and leadership from the Rockets quarterback. He’s got the offensive weapons to get the ball to and the arm talent to keep the Judson offense as explosive as ever. Judson Head Coach Rodney Williams has a good problem on his hands in molding this raw talent, the sky is the limit with consistency being the key. The second year is when most quarterbacks get more settled in and tend to blossom, given the natural athleticism of Burroughs it can definitely be another exciting and memorable season for Converse Judson.

Justice Hurt – Taft

Hurt is returning for a senior season in which he could help lead Taft back to the playoff for consecutive years for the first time in 15 years. One look at his HUDL film and you can automatically see the weapon his legs are on offense. Justice is a decisive and confident runner of the football. Being timid isn’t his cup of tea when the ball is in his hands on the run. He’s got good speed but his confidence and cutting ability are his calling card. He has solid arm strength and is able to make plays down field with his arm while posing a threat to tuck and run while on the move. If he’s 1 on 1 with an edge defender, he has the advantage. Taft made one of the deepest playoff runs in the city last year and with Hurt getting that experience his field generalship should have improved and help the Red Raiders in their push to make another deep run in the playoffs.He has a up and coming receiving core who could definitely benefit from teams who may drop an extra man down in the box worried or selling out to stop the legs of Justice Hurt.

Brandon Gonzales – Edison

Brandon is one of the city’s hardest working players dedicated to his position. He also trains with quarterback coach Yale Vannoy weekly and plays 7on7 with area squads Texas Gold and Texas Smoke. He is the epitome of “The kids got Moxy!” and is a grinder and general of the Edison offense. He moves very well and may be the best thrower of the football while on the run in the city for the class. With a moving pocket he adjust and can pick a defense apart. He is able to get to positions of the field to make on the spot throws and leads his receivers away from contact and puts the ball where only they can catch it. He’s also got the ability to pull the ball down and get the tough yards if throws aren’t there. He’s more quick than fast and able to make space to buy time and get throws off. He is in total control of the Golden Bears offense and gives off the feel of he knows the play book like the back of his hand. He has an underdog mentality , an I will prove it spirit and a never quit drive. Someone you always want to root for and never count out. It will be a fun ride his Senior year at Edison High School.

John Locke – O’Connor

Locke is stepping up to fulfill a need this season and transitioning from being an area top 10 wide receiver to playing quarterback for the San Antonio O’connor Panthers. This off season he’s been one of the the more impressive quarterbacks in the area on the 7on7 circuit for team Front7(FVII). He’s shown himself to have a strong arm and capable of good ball placement and putting touch on the football for passes as needed. He is an above average athlete who will put his abilities on display for the Panthers offense. He has dedicated himself to the change and worked on his craft this offseason. Playing at a school that’s known for solid to dominant offensive line play I feel Coach Malesky will be able to groom and shape Locke into a solid quarterback. Locke stands at 6 ft 4.5 inches and 215 pounds so if rushers get through they will still have a difficult task in sacking the quarterback. John Locke is one to keep an eye as O’connor looks to regain hold on the district and return to the playoffs after missing last season. He’s peaked my interest in how he can convert his 7on7 success into 11 man football, be on the look out!


Daunte Brooks – Sam Houston

Good athlete who can run if forced. Looks to throw first with a solid arm and can make throws on the move. Could put together good season with 2nd year Head Coach Quincy Stewart.

Caden Bosanko – East Central

Gutsy and streaky. Has ability to improvise on the run. stocky build with decent speed not afraid of contact. One cut, foot in the ground and go runner with solid arm and good ball placement.

Nathan Gamez – Southwest

Strong arm and in rhythm passer. Puts good touch on throws near/deep and varied routes. Capable designed run play ball carrier. Good physical size and tough tackle.

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