Through three seasons of high school football, dozens of 2015 quarterbacks have emerged as Division I prospects. We narrowed our list down to the top ten, but there are several passers on the fringe of earning top-tier status at the position.
Here's a look at five players who could rise with strong senior seasons.
Jarrett Stidham (Stephenville, Texas)
The dual-threat playmaker accounted for 44 total touchdowns last fall. Stidham (pictured) is a serious force in the open field once his 6'3.5", 190-pound frame gets churning.
He compliments his quickness with pinpoint passing on the run. Stidham has largely flourished in a short yardage passing scheme and there are questions about his velocity.
His offers include Oregon, Oklahoma, Baylor, Alabama and Texas Tech.
Ty Storey (Charleston, Ark.)
The 6'3", 216-pound passer is still developing downfield accuracy but completes a high percentage of passes in the intermediate attack. Storey puts speed on throws but remains unrefined when it comes to elbow motion in his delivery.
He threw for 4,200 yards and 52 touchdowns as a junior. The Arkansas commit is a true pocket passer who won't do much damage outside of the pocket.
Zach Gentry (Albuquerque, N.M.)
Gentry is among the most skilled offensive recruits in the southwest. The 6'6", 230-pound prospect is impressively mobile for a player of his stature and rushed for 16 touchdowns as a junior.
He has significant progress to make in the accuracy department. Gentry remains in a relatively raw stage as a passer but is a project worth investing in.
Tennessee and Oklahoma State rank highly on his expansive offer list.
Dwayne Lawson (Tampa, Fla.)
Lawson stands tall in the pocket at 6'5", 210 lbs. The Hillsborough High School standout is an effective runner in short yardage situations and delivers quality touch on downfield passes.
He rushed for more than 1,000 yards last fall while passing for 2,100 yards and two touchdowns. Accuracy is a point of emphasis for Lawson, who holds offers from Florida, Ohio State and UCF.
Brandon Wimbush (Jersey City, N.J.)
Wimbush stars at powerhouse St. Peter's Prep High School. He is strong, quick and showed off a powerful throwing arm in limited opportunities as a junior.
The 6'2", 205-pound quarterback is an outstanding athlete who is still learning how to orchestrate an offensive attack. Wimbush could skyrocket in rankings with a strong start to his senior season.