The National Radar: 9 Class of 2025 Pennsylvania QB Prospects to Watch
The National Radar takes a look at some of Pennsylvania’s Class of 2025 quarterbacks who were able to start at the varsity level as a freshman. A few of these quarterbacks were able to get their feet a little wet while playing for their high school’s junior varsity team as 8th graders. It’s not common for freshman to start at the varsity level, so we expect this watchlist for 2025 quarterback prospects to grow in the next 1-2 years.
Ashton Walk | Tyrone | 6-3 | 160
Walk completed 89-of-152 passes for 1,248 yards, 14 touchdowns, and two interceptions in nine games this past season.
Brady Heiser | Gettysburg | 6-0 | 185
While we don’t have his stats from the past season, National Radar did get to evaluate him throwing the football in person. We also took a look at his highlights. His touch on his deep passes, mobility, and overall mechanics are all advanced for a player his age.
Brayden Fox | Brockway | 5-9 | 160
Fox completed 190-of-343 passes for 2,568 yards, 23 touchdowns, and 16 interceptions in 10 games last season. Fox threw for 300-plus yards in four out of his last five games last season. His team went 3-2 during that span.
Carson Nagle | Bald Eagle | 5-10 | 185
Nagle completed 168-of-289 passes for 1,897 yards, 16 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions last season. He helped dad his team to a 9-3 overall record.
Evan Myers | Twin Valley | 5-10 | 160
Myers completed 105-of-196 passes for 1,454 yards, 10 touchdowns, and nine interceptions last season.
Jase Ferguson | Clarion | 5-11 | 165
Ferguson completed 94-of-170 passes for 1,510 yards, 18 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions in nine games last season. After a rough start, his team won four out of its last five games last season.
Madden Patrick | Danville | 5-11 | 165
Patrick completed 85-of-156 passes for 1,357 yards, 12 touchdowns, and nine interceptions in 12 games last season.
Shawn Lee | Harrisburg
Lee completed 99-of-159 passes for 1,121 yards, 10 touchdowns, and four interceptions in 10 games last season. He played on a team that won the District 3 6-A Championship. With a full year of varsity experience, which included going to the playoffs, Lee is expected to take a few more steps in his development between now and the start of next season.
Stone Saunders | Bishop McDevitt | 6-2 | 195
Saunders completed 146-of-230 passes for 3,037 yards, 46 touchdowns, and five interceptions in 14 games last season. He threw for 400 yards and seven touchdowns while completing 12-of-14 passes in a 63-0 win over Milton Hershey on Oct. 15. Saunders helped lead his team to the state championship game in Pennsylvania’s Class AAAA division. He has offers from Bowling Green, UConn, Kent State, Maryland, Michigan, and Pittsburgh.