Many high school coaches put their best athlete at quarterback so they can touch the ball on every play. These athletes are good football players, but quarterback is likely not their best position.
While many high school quarterback recruits in the 2014 class will get a chance to continue their growth at the position in college, several will have to change positions. These certain prospects display traits, athleticism and speed that can be better utilized at different areas of the field rather than behind the center.
A quarterback who leads a national powerhouse could change positions in college, while a dual-threat passer from Louisiana has the natural skills of a receiver. Also, a field general who has prototypical size may actually be better suited for several other positions.