Quarterback is unquestionably the glamor position in college football. The man behind center accepts the largest share of the spotlight—in good times and bad—and must command leadership of a huddle filled with world-class athletes.
It seems quarterbacks are just about the only players in Heisman Trophy contention anymore and elite passers can become household names if they find success with the right squad. As the collegiate passing game continues to evolve and quarterbacks are asked to do more, it's imperative that programs pick up capable passers in each recruiting class.
While some members of the 2014 class have been heralded for years, others remain under the proverbial radar. Let's take a look at quarterbacks who are likely to arrive on campus with little fanfare but possess the skills to seize stardom.
B/R college football columnist Tyler Donohue spent three seasons with the Rutgers University football program's recruiting department, contributing to three classes (2007-09) under head coach Greg Schiano.