Rival Rankings Week: Breaking 2023 QB

With the 250 competitors updated for 2023 unveiled on Tuesday, now is the time to dive into the position rankings. The offensive position rankings are being published today and have the first quarterback.

New position ranking: Pro-style QB | Dual-threat QB

2023 Ranking Class: Competitors 250 | Team | Location

No. Step 1: Arch Manning

Manning’s opponent is at the top of the 250 and is the top quarterback in the 2023 class. The only active player in the first family of football was in the middle of his official visit and Georgia was at the forefront. Manning traveled to Athens last weekend for his first official visit and had plenty of coverage of each of his steps. The Bulldogs put their best foot forward and wanted to show Manning a good time with all the other promises on campus.

The official tour of Alabama and Texas is set to host him this weekend with Crimson Tide. Alabama, of course, already has a promise from fellow Louisiana native Eli Holstein, who will also visit Tuscaloosa this weekend. Manning is also scheduled to participate in a 7-on-7 tournament at LSU this weekend with his high school team.

Georgia and Texas have emerged as the two main contenders for Manning, but he can still get some surprises in the works.


Two programs to watch: Ole Miss and Ohio State

Jaden Rashad

Jaden Rashada (Nick Lucero / Rival.com)

Lane Kiffin And his crew is working to land their quarterback for the 2023 cycle and it looks like they are keeping an eye on Jaden Rashadar. The rebels have taken a pledge from his brother, Roman Rashadar, a defensive back at junior college, and they hope it will help them follow their high-rated signal caller. Ole Miss has already hosted the talented quarterback for an official visit in April and this is going to put pressure on her to join this recruitment class. Although the rebels have cut off their work for them. Rashada is expected to be committed on June 18 and Oregon and Miami look to be front runners.

Ohio State received a promise from Dylan Raiola, the quarterback for 2024, about a month ago, but it is still looking for a quarterback for this recruiting class. Only three unexpected quarterbacks have an offer from Buckeyes, with the most recent offer going to Rivals250 Tennessee’s local Brock Glenn. Ryan Day And his staff also offered rival 250 baler Comin Austin Novosad earlier this month. Glenn’s recruitment seems to be evolving after he appeared to have internal tracks in Auburn, Missouri and Mississippi State. Ohio State is definitely in the mix right now and TCU is another team they have to fight. Novosad has seen its stock rise throughout the spring and Ohio State has become one of its top suitors.

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Three possibilities to see: Jaden Rashada, Austin Novosad, Dante Moore

A promise from rival 100 quarterback Jaden Rashada is right around the corner and Oregon and Miami seem to be stuck in a tough fight. LSU, Florida and Texas A&M are all heavily involved and each hosted him for an official tour on June 3rd. Ole got Miss Rashada on campus for an official visit in April but a promise from her brother a few days ago went to another wrinkle. His appointment. Rashada has some of the best relationships with Oregon and Miami, but there are many reasons for this With her promise date of June 18 fast approaching, Rashada is not shaking her hand one way or the other.

Baylor has kept NovoSad’s promise since mid-December, but that hasn’t stopped him from visiting and camping at various colleges. Ohio State offered him last week and other schools are raising the bar on him. Novosad traveled to Stanford for their camp this past weekend, and work is underway on further trips, including a possible official visit to the state of Ohio. He will go on his official visit to Beller on June 17 and Dave Arnda And his staff will work hard to stop any possibility of Novosad breaking his promise.

Moore is the second highest-ranked non-quarterback and he was very active this spring when the visit came. Notre Dame may have had a small edge in its recruitment due to its strong relationship with the coaching staff but recent tours to Notre Dame, Oregon and Michigan have been very good. Moore has not yet given a firm commitment timeline but it is safe to say that his promise is getting closer. There is time to speed up any one of these schools, but as the summer progresses, Moore is a must-see.

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