Like Jennings, CJ Uzomah's future at quarterback is uncertain—but at least he looks like a quarterback.
Uzomah clocks in at 6'5", 230 lbs., making him the biggest QB prospect in the class.
Every school in the south is hot on Uzomah's trail—Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, LSU, South Carolina and Florida State have all offered (although Florida hasn't).
He's a true dual-threat QB, decorating his junior season with 153-of-257-completions for 1,723 yards, 14 touchdowns and four interceptions. He also ran 109 times for 1,033 yards.
The arm strength and confidence really aren't there, but scouts think he could grow more comfortable and functional with repetition.
I think the ideal spot for Uzomah is Georgia Tech, where Uzomah can use his athleticism and durability to gain yards and replicate a system that minimizes passing.
Yellow Jackets fans will be interested to know he's looking hard at GT. He dropped in for an unofficial visit recently, according to Scout.
Uzomah is one of the top prospects in the state of Georgia, and I'm sure Paul Johnson is throwing everything he has at landing the huge, talented QB to replace the outgoing Josh Nesbitt. Atlanta will be the destination if he ends up going where he's best suited.
I'm coming up short on pure clips, but here's an interview.