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Five For Fighting - Walking Hard Into The Huddle (Overlooked QBs)

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FIVE FOR FIGHTING – The Most Underrated Junior Quarterbacks In Metro Detroit
 
1. El Julian “Ju Ju” Jordan (Detroit Central) – Lightning in a bottle out of the pocket, an upside aimed at the moon, has scholarship offers from Bowling Green, Western Michigan, Eastern Michigan
 
2. John Paddock (Bloomfield Hills) – Think a local prep version of NFL field general Drew Brees, gets better every second of the day, not much better value at the position college-prospect wise in the area
 
3. Caden Prieskorn (Orchard Lake St. Mary’s) – The definition of a SIR-SWAG-A-LOT under center, the picture of cool, calm and collected with the rock in his hands in crunch time (see last season’s D3 state championship game) 
 
4. David McCullum (Waterford Mott) – Straight gunslinger who has a feathery touch and shows a savvy demeanor in the heat of battle dissecting opposing defensive backs, Louisville has offered, more bids should be coming in soon, recorded more than 2,200 passing yards and connected on 23 touchdown strikes in 2016  
 
5. Max Wittwer (Utica Eisenhower) – The No.1 signal caller in Macomb County has MAXIMUM next-level potential, threw for 1,700 yards and scored 30 touchdowns last fall (21 through the air)