Posted On: 06/30/20 3:55 PM

California is a hot spot for top quarterback talent year and year out. Entering the 2020 season, northern California might not have the same volume of elite-level arm's as years past but here are five developing pro-style QBs to watch in the 2021 class.

Jacob Stewart, Pro-Style QB, 6’5 210 lbs., Christian Brothers HS

Ideal size and frame that is able to oversee the whole field at 6’5 210 lbs. Natural arm strength that shows the ability to place the ball downfield with touch or fit it in a tight window with velocity. Flashes his training with strong footwork and throwing motion in the pocket. Athleticism and mobility have continued to improve with a significant jump from his sophomore season to his junior season showing he can maneuver around pressure, throw on the run, or make a play with his legs. Dixie State, Southwest Minnesota State, and Southern Oregon have all offered to date but that number could jump with a big senior season.

Jake Tarwater, Pro-Style QB, 6’4 210 lbs., South Lake Tahoe HS

Tarwater has the size college coaches are looking for in a pocket passer at 6’4 210 lbs. Evaluators love his presence and demeanor

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