Way-Too-Early Top Division II QBs
Nebraska at Kearney quarterback TJ Davis
ATLANTA, GA-- In the world of pro football, every day is scouting day. So, the idea that it's ever too early to evaluate prospects for the 2023 or 2024 signing period is ridiculous. And with that, here are our top senior Division II senior quarterbacks for the 2022 college football season.
Tyler Bagent of Shepard would be an ideal quarterback prospect for NFL ball clubs and has a legitimate shot at hearing his name called at next year's NFL Draft. His transition to the speed and athleticism of the NFL game could take some time, but there are traits scouts will love.
While there is no lack of worthy quarterback talent at the top of the board, TJ Davis of Nebraska at Kearney stands out. Davis's blend of size, athleticism, arm talent, and intangibles profiles him as the prospect with the highest ceiling.
|1. Tyler Bagent, Shepard, Sr.||(6'3" 215lb.) Comp Pct. 67.5%, 5,000 YDS, 53 TD, 13 INT|
|2. TJ Davis, Neb. Kearney, Sr.||(6'3" 190lb.) Comp Pct. 61.1%, 2,322 YDS, 21 TD, 5 INT, 18 Rushing TD|
|3. Cooper Callis, SW Baptist, Sr.||(6'3" 210lb.) Comp Pct. 69.2%, 3,712 YDS, 35 TD, 10 INT|
|4. Chance Fuller, Ft. Hays St., Sr.||(6'3" 195lb.) Comp Pct. 59.4%, 3,038 YDS, 22 TD, 12 INT|
|5. Logan Twehous, C. Missouri, Sr.||(6'0" 205lb.) Comp Pct. 63.1%, 3,013 YDS, 28 TD, 7 INT|
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