ST. LOUIS — The Six Star Football 2021 St. Louis Showcase featured several of the state’s top rising class of 2022 QB prospects as several players took their game to new heights and showed off their all-around skills in both the Six Star Football combine and showcase events.
RESULTS: Six Star Football St. Louis Results
941 — Reagan Andrew, 5’9, 180, QB, 2022, MICDS @ReaganAndrew1
Andrew is one of the most impressive QBs in the St. Louis area in the senior to be class of 2022, we have seen him several times this offseason and he is certainly one of the guys that really has a weapon for an arm on him. Andrew is a player and QB that can really lead a team, helping MICDS go an impressive 7-1 for 202, Andrew had a QB ranking of 144.097, had a big time looking 1,447 passing yards for 13 TDs, only 2 INTs thrown, added 308 rushing yards with 12 TDs for the potent Rams offense. Also a standout baseball prospect, Andrew may not have the size that college programs look for in height, but he makes up for it with a strong, sturdy frame, a high football IQ and terrific leadership qualities. Andrew is a winner and he could be a steal in the 2022 class for a program willing to overlook his height.
779 — Pernell Beasley II, 6’4, 200, QB, 2022, St. Mary’s @Pernell_Beasley
Beasley has been a player we have see at several of out Showcase events this 2021 offseason and you have to love his size and frame at 6-4, 200 as one of the biggest and most impressive looking QB prospects entering his final year at St. Mary’s, a good looking athlete and one of the most dedicated and hard working QBs in the business. Beasley should be a guy that will gain some big time interest with a big senior year ahead and for sure has been an impressive arm for us to watch, we expect a big senior year from the 6-4 play maker in 2021.
27 — Bryson Brown, 6’4, 175, QB, 2022, Hazelwood Central @BrysonQB
An underrated QB option who has good size and the ability to process plays and time and put the ball in the right spot. He is a smart player and one who can work through his progressions and show some mobility at times as well. He likes to stay in the pocket and make throws and can be counted on both the inside and underneath routes as well as outside the numbers for big plays. He has improved the ball placement and has been putting in a lot of time to his game. A nice all-around athlete and a stock riser in his class.
977 — Keegan Glover, 6’0, 165, QB, 2022, Benton (Ill.) @KeiganV22
One of the most impressive class of 2022 QBs at the 6Star Football Showcase in St. Louis, No doubt this Illinois strong armed QB prospect has all the makings of being a great senior leader again for Benton, Glover is a player that can make the tough throws, is cool under pressure and a smart QB that won’t make mistakes. Glover is a veteran and a leader that has all the tools to be a hot recruit in the Illinois 2022 class. His 32 inch vertical at the 6Star Football Showcase was also a big time mark among the best out of a large crop of talented QB prospects.
39 — Kamron Long, 5’7,135, QB, 2022, Carnahan @Kamron2k_
Simply defined as an athlete, Long can do it all, play QB, slot or DB, a play maker who uses speed to create and make big plays all over the field for Carnahan, no doubt Long is one of those players that will be in for a big final year and will look to give the Carnahan offense a spark of major speed, often times under center, but a player that can burn you from any spot on the football field as well.
47 — Cameron Marchi, 6’3, 205, QB, 2022, Jackson @marchi_2
Marchi got some run last season backing up 2021 standout Cael Welker and showed some big time potential. At 6’3, 205-oounds, Marchi has the size that college programs often look for in a prospect and showed off his all-around abilities on Sunday in St. Louis. He has good length, flexibility and mobility and shows the ability to make plays and good decisions under pressure. He is a tall player who sees the field well and has a good arm and can make big throws down the field and is also a player who can move with his legs. He has good ball placement and seems to understand the position well and is ready to see some action on the field.
96 — Seth Marcione, 6’2, 210, QB, 2022, DeSmet @MarcioneSeth
Marcione is a strong, powerful athlete with a huge frame for a QB prospect at 6’2, 210-pounds. He showed his all-around athleticism by posting one of the event’s top vertical jumps at 34 inches at the STL Showcase. Marcione has a strong arm and is comfortable rolling out of the pocket and throwing on the run and is one of those guys that can make a big play at any time of the football field. As a Junior in his seven games Marcione had 761 Passing Yards, 7 Passing Touchdowns, 382 rushing yards, and four rushing TDs. A player that could be the guy who will be the top production QB in St. Louis with a big final year.
914 — Brockton McLaughlin, 6’3, 175, QB, 2022, Osage @brocktonmc17
Osage standout Brockton McLaughlin was coming off an injury to his throwing arm and did not run with the QBs in St. Louis but was able to showcase his athleticism in the combine portion of the event, then showed off his abilities as a receiver. He posted a good looking mark of 4.88 in the 40 yard dash, a 31.1 vertical leap, and a 104 inch broad jump as well at the 6Star Football St. Louis Showcase. At 6’3, 175-pounds, McLaughlin is a player that can make some big time plays happen and is a guy that we like a lot to develop into one of the hottest seniors out there. Expect a big final campaign from McLaughlin in 2021.
939 — Ryan Nuesse, 6-0, QB, 2022, Timberland @NuesseRyan
Not many QBs were as impressive on the athletic charts as this gamer in the 2022 class from Timberland, no doubt with a 4.88 in the 40, a 105 inch broad, and one of the best of the best QB marks of 34.4 in the vertical, Nuesse is one of those guys that is not only a great QB but a great athlete under center for Timberland. Not only is Nuesse a top notch athlete at QB but he also is a big time speed and contain tackler of the edge for the Timberland defense.
10 — Nicholas Sanford, 6’4, 190, QB, 2022, Christian Prep Academy (Kan.) @nicksanfordii
One of the most underrated prospects in Kansas, Lenexa Christian Prep Academy 2022 QB Nicholas Sanford showed a fluid, athletic frame, terrific size at 6’4, 190-pounds, and a smooth throwing motion. He has strong mechanics, the ability to throw on the run and has a strong arm with the ability to really spin it. He had a solid performance in the combine portion of the event a 104 inch broad jump and a 25.7 vertical at the 6Star Football Showcase in St. Louis, and ipasses the eye test and is one of the more impressive molded to be QB type of athletes out there. Sanford has some very good ball placement and velocity as well, no doubt a player that could really be in for a monster senior season at Christian Prep Academy.
828 — Carson Smith, 6-5, 190, QB, 2022, Eureka @CarsonJSmith12
At 6-5 inches tall, Smith was the second tallest QB at the 6Star Football STL Showcase and one of the most impressive as well, Smith clockde a 4.80 in the 40, one of the QBs that also had a 11’7 broad and a huge 33.6 vertical mark, among the best of the best for QBs at the even, no doubt Eureka’s Smith is a player on the verge of the major things in 2021, a hot senior prospect to watch out for no doubt.
995 — Carlos Turner, 5-11, 193, QB, 2022, Lift for Life @QBLOS1
Carlos has been a player we have been blessed to see in action at many of the 6Star Football Showcases, no doubt a impressive athlete that has the arm and skills to be a good one, a big senior year ahead for Turner at Lift for Life Academy, Turner has a strong arm and a good build and is one of the top dual threat QBs in the St. Louis area, a hot player on the radar entering the 2021 season, Turner should be a guy to keep an eye on if you are a college team looking for a good one.
721 — Caelon Weir, 6-2, 210, QB, 2022, Warrenton @WeirCaelon
Weir is a talented and big 6-2, 210 QB from Warrenton and has competed at both the St. Louis and QBID Six Star Football events this spring. He is a prospect that we think will enter into his final year of play at Warrenton as a fine QB and leader, has worked very hard this offseason and has the size and skills to be a big asset again. Weir, a Second team All-Conference pick, is a player that we think will be an elite offensive weapon again in 2021 in his league with some big time potential, Weir is a QB that is good at finding his targets and making good throws on the mark. Big things in 2021 for Weir.