Top QB prospects from the state of Missouri since 2008


It’s fun to look back and see which prognostications were correct and which were way off. When it comes to the state of Missouri, the recruiting rankings haven’t been far off when rating quarterbacks the last few years. In fact, the state has been quite productive when it comes to producing BCS level quarterbacks.

Since 2008, the No. 1 ranked quarterback coming out of Missouri is Blaine Gabbert. No big surprise here, as he was highly successful at Mizzou. His legacy may eventually be challenged by current 2015 Mizzou commitment Drew Lock from Lee’s Summit, but only time will tell there.

Here’s a look at all the top 10 quarterback recruits that came from the state of Missouri since ’08.

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Editor’s note: Saturday Down South’s references to ratings follow the composite rankings for high school prospects.

1. Blaine Gabbert 2008 Mizzou Ballwin .9798 Had great college career, then NFL
2. Nathan Scheelhaase 2009 Illinois Kansas City .9075 Four-year starter for the Illini
3. Blaine Dalton 2009 Mizzou Blue Springs .8915 Off the field problems ended career
4. Tyler Gabbert 2010 Mizzou/UCF Ballwin .8899 Transferred to UCF
5. Rafe Peavey 2014 Arkansas Bolivar .8844 Highly regarded Razorbacks recruit
6. Trent Hosick 2013 Mizzou Kansas City .8841 Competed for starter job this spring
7. Christian Suntrup 2011 Boston College St. Louis .8650 Three seasons at BC, then injuries
8. Corbin Berkstresser 2011 Mizzou Lees Summit .8600 Started 4 games in ‘02, backup now
9. Stephen Kaiser 2010 SMU St. Louis .8567 Transferred to FCS Northern Iowa
10. Jordan Webb 2009 Kansas/Colorado Union .8505 Started 20-plus games in Big 12




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