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John Mark Shaw

Class of 2023

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  • Class of 2023
NUMBER 2 VARSITY FRESHMAN QB (MaxPreps) IN THE NATION - 236 Yds/Game 2019 Stats: 156/263, 59.3%, 2,122 Passing Yards, 23TDs, 2 Rushing TDs, 11 Ints. 2019 NextGen All American, All "Show" team, NextGen "Freak List", TB12 (Tom Brady) "The IV" 2019 Unofficial visit invites to West Virginia, Clemson, Notre Dame, Duke, Wake Forest and NC State. ARTICLES:----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- https://theclemsoninsider.com/2019/12/12/emerging-tar-heel-state-qb-high-on-the-tigers/ http://recruiting.theclemsoninsider.com/players/300 https://theclemsoninsider.com/2019/10/30/phenom-qb-recaps-incredible-visit-to-clemson/ https://247sports.com/high-school/pennsylvania/Article/John-Mark-Shaw-sets-a-school-record-in-his-varsity-debut-134598608/ https://www.si.com/college/westvirginia/football/wvu-football-neal-brown-discusses-important-recruiting-weekend-for-wvu/


Height: 6'5"

Weight: 205 lbs.

Pro Style

GPA: 4.0

Evaluation Scores

Size: 9.1

Footwork: 8.20

Accuracy: 8.26

Poise: 8.32

Arm Strength: 8.32

Pocket Presence: 8.24

Release: 8.28

Decision Making: 8.28

Throw on Run: 8.22

Touch: 8.26

Score: 83.46

Scouting Report

John Mark has excellent size for a 2023 Pro Style QB at 6’5” 194 lbs. It all starts with size, a tall presence in the backfield, able to oversee the entire field. He throws with a fully extended arm release, able to add even more height to his throws.
His throws are in line with his receivers, allowing for them to make a play on it. When flushed out of the pocket he loses a bit of accuracy but is right on with able to set up. Does an excellent job adjusting the angle of his delivery when needed while maintaining consistency.
A strong throwing QB who can hit in all areas of the field. He can let it rip at short range or let it fly at long distances with good trajectory. His strength in arm opens up the entire field for other opportunities. High velocity throws that can slice up a defense.
A fully extended arm motion coming from all the way back. Building up momentum as it comes across the top, generating accelerated speed.
Shows good mobility as he works to his outside, able to adjust the rotation of his body, getting it in-line with his receivers. Good movement for a QB of his size.
Solid footwork on his dropbacks and setups, showing good stride and balance. Able to maneuver around the pocket in order to create added space for himself.
John Mark shows good patience in the backfield, waiting for the play to fully develop. He already has experience playing at the varsity with will only help to further progress his growth as a QB.
Throws with a tall platform, able to survey the entire field for potential targets. There is no distance that he can’t hit on. Able to pick up on defensive pressure as he works his way around traffic.
John Mark does a nice job working through his progressions. He locks in on his primary target and then moves towards his secondary outlets, if needed. Good read on defense schemes as he takes advantage of their weaknesses.
He’s able to adjust the velocity of his throws when the passing situation calls for it.
2019Games Played: 9
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Unofficial Visit NC State (vs. North Carolina)11/30/2019
Unofficial Visit Notre Dame (vs. Boston College)11/23/2019
Unofficial Visit - Duke (vs. Syracuse)11/16/2019
Unofficial Visit Wake Forest (vs. NC State)11/02/2019
Unofficial Visit-Clemson (vs. Boston College)10/26/2019
Unofficial Visit-West Virginia (vs. Texas)10/05/2019
TB12 (Tom Brady) - The IV06/26/2019
NextGen All American - All Show Team / Freak List06/29/2019
Carolina Bowl (NC/SC All Star Game)01/05/2019

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