Summer Standouts: Assessing the top QBs on the camp circuit
Kevin Olsen and Shane Morris impressed, but still have room for growth
Penn State-bound Christian Hackenberg continues to flash amazing skills
Class of 2015 QB David Sills was among this summer's most impressive
Now that the summer camps have wound down, Rivals.com is taking a position-by-position look at the summer standouts. First up: the quarterbacks.
Note: Players are listed in alphabetical order, not by star ranking.
Corwin Cutler, Virginia Beach (Va.) Ocean Lakes: Cutler was impressive at the Chesapeake Bowl tryout in May and again at the NLA 7-on-7 championship in June. He's likely not a four-star talent, but he's pushing toward the top of the three stars at his position and has improved his arm strength while adding size and accuracy.
Brandon Dawkins (2014), Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian: Dawkins impressed at the SoCal Showcase with very good size and a live arm. He is just starting the recruiting process, but look for Dawkins to add many more offers while playing at high-profile Oaks Christian.
Jared Goff, Kentfield (Calif.) Marin Catholic: Goff was impressive at the Oakland NIKE Camp and followed that up with a strong performance at the Elite 11. He's a tall quarterback with tremendous upside.
Christian Hackenberg, Fork Union (Va.) Fork Union Military: Hackenberg was very busy, attending the Elite 11 in Vegas, the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge, The Opening and the Elite 11. While he was up and down at times, his ceiling is high and he can make throws few others in this class can. In the Challenge in Atlanta and at the Elite 11, he flashed amazing potential at times.
Anthony Jennings, Marietta, Ga.: Jennings was very good at the Elite 11 in California, showing off a solid arm, very good downfield accuracy and a good feel for the game. He's still raw in some aspects of the game, but his mechanics and vision make him an intriguing prospect.
Shane Morris, Warren (Mich.) De La Salle: Morris has a cannon of an arm and showed flashes of brilliance at The Opening, was very good on the field at the Elite 11 and had some great moments at Gridiron Kings. He was also one of the best on the field at the IMG 7-on-7 finals. His development is evident each time he hits the field.
Michael O'Connor (2015), Chattanooga (Tenn.) Baylor School: O'Connor was impressive at Michigan's and Michigan State's camp, and followed that up with a very good performance at the Rivals Underclassmen Challenge. The transfer from Canada has excellent size for a player his age and his ceiling is very high.
Kevin Olsen, Wayne (N.J.) Wayne Hills: Olsen was impressive at the Elite 11, showing good poise, the ability to make the right reads and the arm to make all the throws. He's still a couple years away from scratching the surface of his potential, but he is starting to put everything together.
David Sills (2015), Elkton (Md.) Eastern Christian Academy: Sills is still very young, and his release is a bit off at times, which makes the ball wobble. But it's hard to argue with his results. He was flawless in leading his team to the Rutgers 7-on-7 and NLA titles, showing very good intermediate accuracy.
DeShaun Watson (2014), Gainesville, Ga.: The early Clemson commitment was especially impressive at the IMG 7-on-7 championship, showing good velocity and the ability to zip the ball into tight spaces. He was also able to show nice touch down the field.
Davis Webb, Prosper, Texas: Webb was one of the biggest surprises at the Elite 11 finals, showing he is a bit undervalued right now. Webb has good accuracy, solid arm-strength in the intermediate passing game and best of all is smart and sees the field well.
Asiantii Woulard, Winter Haven, Fla.: Woulard was very good at the IMG 7-on-7 championships, but he really made his name at the Elite 11. He showed a strong arm, made great decisions, threw with accuracy and rarely needed to check down because he was confident in his reads.
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