The college football season is upon us and I am extremely excited. There are so many good players but more importantly, good quarterbacks. I have a list of a few under-the-radar or maybe smaller school QB’s that I am personally excited about seeing play. I always say that I want to be the president of the short article writing club so instead of writing a book about why I am excited about these QB’s I will just post a blurb and videos instead. Let’s go!
Here are five quarterbacks that I’m personally excited to see this year.
Malik Willis – Liberty – Willis may not be an under-the-radar QB anymore, but since he’s not at a major school he’s on the list. The Liberty QB transferred to the school and had a successful first season with the Flames. He led the team to a 10-1 record, a bowl win, and a top 25 ranking. If you see Liberty on your channel, be sure to check them out because Malik Willis is must-see TV.
Michael Pratt-Tulane- Pratt is Mr.Swag himself. This kid can fit the ball into any seam and he can get the ball downfield on the money. The sophomore QB passed for 1,806 yards and 20 TD’s last season.
Aqeel Glass – Alabama A&M – I love the SWAC and, although he’s at Alabama A&M, he may just be the best QB in the state of Alabama. Glass is a big QB as he stands with a 6’5 frame. The Bulldogs have a fun offense and Glass is a flat-out beast. I went to Texas Southern, but I will be at his game vs the Tigers to watch him play in person.
Levi Lewis – Louisiana – Lewis is just a joy to watch. This dude sees everything on the field. He’s 24 – 4 as a starter at Louisana and 2nd on the list of all-time passing TD’s in Ragin Cajuns history. Lewis had 2,274 passing yards, 19 passing TDs along with 398 rushing yards with 5 rushing TDs last season.
Lindsey Scott, Jr. – Nicholls State – Lindsey is a kid I’ve been watching since he was in high school. He had a brief stint at LSU, East Mississippi, Missouri and now he’s finishing up at Nicholls State. He’s one of those that can do it all on the field and I think this is the year that he will have a chance to show those other schools what they missed out on.