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Is there -any- justification for Jeremy Johnson being rated as low as he is? He absolutely dismantled 7v7 teams all summer and now he is doing it on the field AGAIN. This video is from his game Friday night against 6A powerhouse Prattville HS. You may have heard of Prattville (home of Justin Shanks, Nick Perry, Justin Thomas, etc.,), they are loaded every year. Jeremy Johnson accounted for 478 total yards, including over 100 on the ground. This kid does nothing but produce, and other sites have recognized his extremely rare ability as a passer. At 6'6" 225, this kid has everything you could possibly want in a QB. Yet he's only rated a 90. Nice.
I see excellent pocket presence, field vision, arm strength, explosiveness, accuracy, football IQ...
He should be atleast a 95
"Only rated a 90".
He looks like Geno.
And Geno was a 4* High School All American. A 90 4* is not low when considering there are thousands of recruits in this country. He's obviously a great talent, and that is why he has his 4* status.
Boo... stop being so reasonable.
Random comment: I think WVA wins the Big 12 this year.
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A lot of senior season left a lot of prospects. All guys have the same opportunity to ascend, and also descend.
We like him a lot, obviously, as he is a four-star prospect.
I think he continues to improve as he gains more experience.
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As an AU fan, I cannot wait for Carver vs Auburn High.
Johnson vs Reuben.
In watching the August 31 game video, his improvising/play extending impressed me the most. At the same time, some of those plays with the feet are high school successful plays, and not necessarily big time competition college made plays. That's not a knock, it's true with the vast majority of HS QB's moving to the next level.
As a thrower, and I think there is a difference between a passer and thrower, I like him most on the move. He seems to be the smoothest on the move, under duress when he throws on the move reacting - more-so than in the pocket, scanning and stepping into throws. I think his anticipation is something to watch at the next level. Throws have to be out of the hand quicker and with more precise timing.
IMo, improved as a senior, as a player.
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