Below are the rankings of quarterbacks in Kansas for the 2022 season, as listed by Tyler Wendland of MoKan 7v7 and Kansas Elite.
A no-brainer, as Johnson was offered by 20+ Power 5 schools, including Oregon, Notre Dame, Wisconsin and others before committing to Kansas State.
While Jay may be behind Johnson, the senior holds bragging rights in besting Johnson in the Kansas Class 5A state title game last fall. Jay threw for 2,343 yards and 27 touchdowns, while also darting for 449 yards and 10 scores.
The 6-foot-1, 200-pound three-sport athlete threw for over 1,500 yards and rushed for just under 1,500 yards as a junior. Oviatt is committed to Army.
Armstrong threw for 2,650 yards and 21 TDs with a 66% completion against EKL competition.
Mitchell threw for nearly 2,000 yards and ran for 600+ yards as sophomore.
Fair is a threat by air and ground, as evidenced by committing to K-State as an Athlete.
DeWeese threw for over 1,600 yards with a 21:3 TD:INT ratio, in helping WR to its first Centennial League since the 90s.
The T-Wolves love to pass, and Dunn did so with over 230 passing yards a game as a junior.
As a sophomore, Ferrelez threw for just under 2,500 yards with 27 touchdowns.
Whitworth threw for nearly 3,000 passing yards a year ago.
The 6-foot-1, 205-pound dual-threat QB was a second team All-Sunflower League selection in 2021 after passing for 1,350 yards and 11 touchdowns and rushing for 1,250 yards and 14 more scores.
The 6-foot-2, 195-pound senior helped Ark City upend Avery Johnson and Maize last year, and a state runner-up in 2020.