#STRecruiting Notebook 10-29

Quinn Ewers

The nation’s top-rated pro-style quarterback in the 2022 class is back on the market. Quinn Ewers (6-3 190) of Southlake TX Wednesday night announced a decommitment from Texas. He had committed to the Longhorns in August. In announcing his decommitment, Ewers wrote on Twitter that he did not thoroughly explore all of his options before committing and he has decided to reassess before making the decision again. And that assessment apparently won’t take long. Ewers also wrote that he will soon have a “firm decision” on his college choice and will announce that. USC and Clemson were both involved with Ewers prior to his Texas commitment. The Gamecocks were one of the first schools to offer him, but they already have a 2022 quarterback commitment in five-star Gunner Stockton. Clemson has not yet offered Ewers, but the two sides were close enough that Ewers was scheduled to visit last November, but he had to cancel after becoming ill. Why is Ewers so highly coveted? Last season he passed for 4003 yards with 45 touchdowns and 3 interceptions. He also rushed for 568 yards and 9 touchdowns. In three games this season, Ewers has passed for 937 yards with 11 touchdowns and 2 interceptions. He also has rushed for 78 yards and 2 scores. Clemson has offered two other 2022 quarterbacks, Braden Davis of Florida and Ty Simpson of Tennessee. The Tigers also like Cade Klubnik of Texas. He was offered by Virginia Wednesday.

Rock Hill native WR Antonio Barber committed to Temple.

2022 ATH Sam McCall of Lakeland, FL committed to Florida. USC was among his other offers.

USC is the first to offer 2024 RB/LB Sammy Brown (6-2 200) of Commerce, GA. In his last game, Brown rushed for 167 yards and a touchdown, he caught a 22 yard touchdown pass and he had 5 tackles.

2022 OT Collin Sadler of Greenville was offered by Iowa.

2022 TE Donovan Green of Dickinson, TX, who had an offer from USC, named a top six of Ole Miss, Florida, Southern Cal, Oklahoma, Texas and Texas A&M.

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