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Six of the 12 starting Atlantic Coast Conference quarterbacks are from the Commonwealth of Virginia: Virginia Tech's Logan Thomas (Lynchburg, Brookville), Florida State's E.J. Manuel (Virginia Beach, Bayside), Clemson’s Tajh Boyd (Hampton, Phoebus), North Carolina’s Bryn Renner (West Springfield), NC State’s Mike Glennon (Centreville, Wesfield) and Virginia’s Phillip Sims (Chesapeake, Oscar Smith).
Of course, Christian Hackenberg (Penn State), Ryan Burns (Stanford) and Bucky Hodges (Virginia Tech) are in this class and Caleb Henderson is one of the top quarterback prospects for 2014.
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Way to slight the qb that is putting up the best numbers this year against the best competition, Corwin Cutler. UVA got the steal of the class.
I'm sure Maryland probably had a QB that is from Virginia at some point this season.
Is that why the ACC sucks
I wasn't slighting him I was talking about national-level recruits.
This is a college football recruiting site, not the Richmond Times-Dispatch all-state team.
I'm high on Corwin Cutler as a prospect FWIW.
This post was edited by JC Shurburtt 17 months ago
JC with a Richmond Times-Dispatch reference. Kind of weird seeing the home paper for me being mentioned here. You spend some time in Richmond JC?
Just as good as the Big Ten
I've been there before, but I visit their site to check up on players so I know the name of the paper.
He might be good but he still only has the one offer from UVA and that was after UvA struck out on their top 3 and took another ahead of him ( hes better than the MD kid IMo). Add that everyone in the nation has been to Ocean Lakes this year plus watched him over the summer on their summer team and he still only has the one offer....just doesn't add up to him being better than he's ranked. IMO he'd be better going to ODU and lighting it up there when Hienke leaves.
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