Quinn Ewers climbs College Football QB Power Rankings after earning Texas starting position in Spring
Quinn Ewers is a name that is quickly climbing up the power rankings for college football quarterbacks. After earning the starting position at the University of Texas during their spring season, Ewers’ stock is rapidly on the rise.
An Impressive High School Career
Before earning the starting job for the Longhorns, Ewers had a dominant high school career. He was ranked as the No.1 overall prospect in the 2022 recruiting class and was the highest-rated quarterback prospect since 2001. Ewers led his high school, Southlake Carroll, to a 6A State Championship in his junior year.
Early Enrollee at Texas
Ewers enrolled at Texas in January of 2022 as an early enrollee. He wasted no time making an impression and quickly rose to the top of the depth chart during the spring season.
Impressive Spring Game Performance
During the Longhorns’ spring game, Ewers showed why he was so highly-regarded coming out of high school. He completed 22 of 31 passes for 332 yards and three touchdowns, solidifying his spot as the starting quarterback heading into the 2022 season.
Looking Ahead to the 2022 Season
Ewers will be joining a Texas team that has struggled in recent years, with a 5-7 record in the 2021 season under their former head coach, Steve Sarkisian. However, with Ewers leading the way, there is renewed hope for the Longhorns to compete in one of the toughest conferences in college football, the Big 12.
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Quinn Ewers is a highly-touted quarterback prospect who has impressed during his high school career and earned the starting job at the University of Texas during the spring season. He showed why he was so highly-regarded during the spring game, solidifying his spot as the starting quarterback heading into the 2022 season. There is renewed hope for Texas football with Ewers leading the way and competing in the tough Big 12 Conference. #SPORT