1. Josh Rosen: St. John Bosco High School (Bellflower, California), Committed to UCLA
The reigning California state champion may be the most likely 2015 quarterback prospect to start as a true freshman if Bruins starter Brett Hundley departs after his redshirt junior season. Rosen, a 6'4", 205-pound prospect, passed for 3,200 yards and 39 touchdowns in 2013.
2. Ricky Town: St. Bonaventure High School (Ventura, California), Committed to USC
The debate between Town and Rosen will wage on for years as they head to Pac-12 rivals. Town, who also stands at 6'4", 205 pounds, can make all the throws that scouts look for and completed nearly 70 percent of his passes last fall for 2,300 yards and 25 touchdowns.
3. Brady White: Hart High School (Santa Clarita, California), Committed to Arizona State
White isn't quite as big (6'2", 190 pounds) as his California contemporaries, but he flashes all the tools to emerge as the best collegiate quarterback from a loaded Golden State class. His breakout sophomore season set the stage for a dominant junior campaign that saw him collect 4,500 passing yards, 50 total scores and a sectional title.
4. Kyler Murray: Allen High School (Allen, Texas), Committed to Texas A&M
Murray has the potential to become college football's latest "undersized" superstar. The 5'11" gunslinger is 27-0 with two state titles and incredible statistics as a starter. His dual talents are regularly on display, with 5,600 passing yards, 2,600 rushing yards and 107 total touchdowns since 2012.
5. Deondre Francois: IMG Academy (Orlando, Florida), Uncommitted
He may have the strongest throwing arm in America, but questions remain about his ability to harness that velocity and develop improved touch when necessary. Francois' upside is tremendous, and he flashed unique abilities at times during two seasons as a starter at Olympia High School before transferring to IMG. He is expected to announce in late July, with Auburn, Oregon and Florida State as the finalists.
6. Blake Barnett: Santiago High School (Corona, California), Committed to Alabama
Yet another standout passer from the West Cost, Barnett backed out of an eight-month verbal pledge to Notre Dame in November. Alabama swiftly landed the 6'3", 195-pound playmaker who posted 2,332 passing yards and accounted for 41 scores in 2013, including 13 on the ground.
7. Drew Lock: Lee's Summit High School (Lee's Summit, Missouri), Committed to Missouri
Lock stands tall at 6'5", 195 pounds and delivers the football with elite precision and pocket presence. He'll follow his father, a former Tigers lineman, to Missouri. His junior campaign featured 3,000 passing yards and 37 total touchdowns.
8. Jarrett Stidham: Stephenville High School (Stephenville, Texas), Committed to Texas Tech
Stidham gained attention in high school for his receiving skills, catching 50 passes for 819 yards and 11 scores as a sophomore. His athleticism seamlessly transitioned to the quarterback spot in 2013, when he rushed for 821 yards and 14 touchdowns. Stidham, who stands close to 6'4", also passed for 2,600 yards, 30 touchdowns and just five interceptions.
9. Torrance Gibson: American Heritage High School (Fort Lauderdale, Florida), Uncommitted
Gibson, a freakishly athletic 6'4", 200-pound playmaker, may be the most divisive prospect in the 2015 class, with several experts insisting he's better suited for a career at wide receiver. He is an explosive runner who ran for 1,063 yards and 10 scores for the state champs in 2013. Mechanical improvement will go a long way in his development as a passer. Tennessee, Auburn and LSU are currently his top three in order.
10. Brandon Wimbush: St. Peter's Prep (Jersey City, N.J.), Committed to Penn State
Wimbush didn't necessarily torch teams in 2013, passing for 1,500 yards and 15 touchdowns, but he displayed the poise and elusiveness that offensive coordinators crave during a journey to the state title game. The 6'2", 205-pound prospect pledged to Penn State in May, but a new offer from Stanford could complicate things.