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2007 Prospect Ranking dual-threat quarterbacks 2007

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Tyrod TaylorQB
Hampton, VAHampton

Taylor's passing skills are underrated.

5 stars6'1"200Virginia Tech
#2Cameron NewtonQB
Atlanta, GAWestlake

Raw, but has a lot of tools to work with.

5 stars6'4"232Florida
#3Aaron CorpQB
Villa Park, CALutheran

Has the physical tools to develop into a big-time player at USC.

4 stars6'4"195USC
#4Stephen GarciaQB
Tampa, FLJefferson

Garcia's moxie and creativity make him dangerous.

4 stars6'2"202South Carolina
#5Willy KornQB
Duncan, SCByrnes

Clemson could win championships while Korn is on campus.

4 stars6'2"200Clemson
#6Keith NicholQB
Lowell, MILowell

Had more than 3,200 yards of total offense as a junior.

4 stars6'2"195Oklahoma
#7Chris ForcierQB
San Diego, CASt. Augustine

The top player in San Diego.

4 stars6'3"185UCLA
#8Kodi BurnsQB
Fort Smith, ARNorthside Senior

Burns has good arm strength to go along with his running ability.

4 stars6'2"195Auburn
#9Josh NesbittQB
Greensboro, GAGreene County

Dynamic athlete can change a game quickly.

4 stars6'0"204Georgia Tech
#10Logan GrayQB
Columbia, MORock Bridge

Not only a great QB, also a great athlete.

4 stars6'2"185Georgia
#11Kellen KiilsgaardQB
Auburn, WAAuburn

Moving up the charts quickly and could be the top player in the state this fall.

4 stars6'3"215Stanford
#12Bradley StarksQB
Orange, VAOrange County

Named first team all-istrict, first team all-region, first team all-state and district player of the year as a junior.

4 stars6'4"180West Virginia
#13Marvin McNuttQB
Hazelwood, MOCentral High

Rivals Logan Gray as the top QB and Lamark Brown as the top player in St. Louis.

3 stars6'3"180Iowa
#14Justin SillerQB
Orchard Lake, MISt. Mary's

Underrated as a passer because he makes so many plays with his feet.

3 stars6'4"191Purdue
#15G.J. KinneQB
Gilmer, TXGilmer

Great senior season has allowed him to move up..

3 stars6'2"207Texas
#16Phillip BatesQB
Omaha, NENorth

A true dual-threat that can beat you in a number of different ways.

3 stars6'2"189Iowa St.
#17Jake GelakoskaQB
Mill Creek, WAJackson

Oregon State fell in love with his dual-threat ability.

3 stars6'3"206Oregon St.
#18Nick FanuzziQB
San Antonio, TXChurchill

One of the top signal-callers in Texas.

3 stars6'3"200Alabama
#19Travaris CadetQB
Miami, FLCentral

Very creative runner with the ball in his hands.

3 stars6'0"193Toledo
#20Chris SmithQB
South Point, OHSouth Point

Top signal caller in Ohio is a proven leader.

3 stars6'3"220Marshall
#21Rodney CoxQB
Angier, NCHarnett Central

Was named Conference Player of the Year as a sophomore and junior.

3 stars6'6"228East Carolina
#22Dan PersaQB
Bethlehem, PALiberty

Named Pennsylvania player of the year as a junior after leading his team to the class 4A finals.

3 stars6'2"201Northwestern
#23Ryan TannehillQB
Big Spring, TXBig Spring

Big physical QB that fits the Aggie mold.

3 stars6'4"193Texas A&M
#24Joe ChaissonQB
Beaumont, TXWestbrook

Chaisson was a varsity starter as a freshman and has plenty of experience.

3 stars6'2"167Arkansas
#25Larry SmithQB
Prattville, ALPrattville

Good enough to play a number of positions in college.

3 stars6'2"194Vanderbilt
#26Alton VossQB
New Port Richey, FLGulf

Next in line to star in the USF offense.

3 stars6'2"213South Florida
#27Chazz AndersonQB
Pickerington, OHPickerington Central

Broke tons of passing records at high school.

3 stars6'1"197Cincinnati
#28Torrey SmithQB
Stafford, VAStafford

A threat with the ball in his hands.

3 stars6'1"184Maryland
#29Matt RodgersQB
Pittsburgh, PASeton La Salle

The Zips won the battle for this talented QB.

3 stars6'2"193Akron
#30Chris JohnsonQB
Paterson, NJJohn F. Kennedy

Named all-league, all-county and all-area as a sophomore and junior.

3 stars6'2"202Boston Coll.