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Future 4: Complete Results for 2021 Class (8th Grade)


MIAMI – The nation’s best Middle School Quarterback competition was amazing this year. During the competition at the University of Miami, head coach Mark Richt offered three eighth-graders at the Football Hotbed event.

Here are the complete results for the entire Future 4: National Middle School Invitational Showcase for 8th graders, the class of 2021 presented by Football Hotbed held at the University of Miami and St. Thomas Aquinas on April 28-29, 2017.

These results were tabulated based on a two-day competition that included an athletic combine, net throws (accuracy), throws to live receivers, a 7-on-7 contest and a written quarterback assessment test.

At the end of two days of competition, John Griffith from Maryland came out as the Nation’s best Middle School Quarterback. He was joined in the Future 4 by runner-up Marshall Skoloff from South Carolina, J.J. McCarthy from Illinois finished third and Florida’s Kody Morell rounded out the Future 4 finalists in this year ’s eighth-grade class.

The final ranking of the entire class is below.

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Name Test Combine 7on7 Accuracy WR Throws Prelims Future 4 Final Totals
John Griffith 18 8.75 15 13 21.5 76.25 15 91.25
Marshall Skoloff 19 9.5 15 11.75 20 75.25 11 86.25
JJ McCarthy 20 9 14 13.25 21 77.25 7 84.25
Kody Morell 17.5 8.75 13 13.5 20.5 73.25 8 81.25
Alex Law 19 9.25 16 11.25 17.5 73
Andrew Butler 20 8 15 11.75 18 72.75
Nick Vattiato 20 9 11 13 19.5 72.5
Gabe Shaffer 20 8 15 10 19 72
Dylan Zervos 19.5 8 13 10.25 19.5 70.25
Enzo Tedesco 18 9.25 13 10.75 18 69
Zac Zivitski 16.5 8.5 16 10.25 17.5 68.75
Ezra McKenna 16.5 N/A 15 10.75 19.5 61.75
AJ Johnson 15 8 13 9.5 17 62.5
QB Accuracy Ranking
Alex Law 9.25
Nick Vattiato 9
Kody Morell 8.75
Dylan Zervos 8
Gabe Shaffer 8
Enzo Tedesco 9.25
JJ McCarthy 9
John Griffith 8.75
Ezra McKenna 0
Zack Zitvistski 8.5
Marshall Skoloff 9.5
Andrew Butler 8
Josh Johnson 8

 

QB Total Points
40
Alex Law 5.38 2.25
Nick Vattiato 5.28 2.25
Kody Morell 5.47 2
Dylan Zervos 5.53 2
Gabe Shaffer 5.52 2
Enzo Tedesco 5.01 2.5
JJ McCarthy 5.22 2.25
John Griffith 5.27 2.25
Ezra McKenna
Zack Zitvistski 5.3 2.25
Marshall Skoloff 5.14 2.25
Andrew Butler 5.72 2
Josh Johnson 5.71 2
Total Points
SHUTTLE
Alex Law 4.34 2.5
Nick Vattiato 4.38 2.25
Kody Morell 4.41 2.25
Dylan Zervos 4.76 2
Gabe Shaffer 4.76 2
Enzo Tedesco 4.51 2.25
JJ McCarthy 4.43 2.25
John Griffith 4.6 2
Ezra McKenna
Zack Zitvistski 4.5 2.25
Marshall Skoloff 4.52 2.25
Andrew Butler 4.76 2
Josh Johnson 4.83 2
BROAD
Alex Law 8 2.25
Nick Vattiato 8 2.25
Kody Morell 7.9 2.25
Dylan Zervos 7.5 2
Gabe Shaffer 7.42 2
Enzo Tedesco 8.1 2.25
JJ McCarthy 8 2.25
John Griffith 7.11 2.25
Ezra McKenna
Zack Zitvistski 7.5 2
Marshall Skoloff 8.3 2.5
Andrew Butler 7.3 2
AJ Johnson 7 2
VERTICAL
Alex Law 24.8 2.25
Nick Vattiato 27.1 2.25
Kody Morell 24.4 2.25
Dylan Zervos 24.8 2
Gabe Shaffer 22.3 2
Enzo Tedesco 25.9 2.25
JJ McCarthy 26 2.25
John Griffith 24.1 2.25
Ezra McKenna
Zack Zitvistski 23.4 2
Marshall Skoloff 28.4 2.5
Andrew Butler 20.8 2
Josh Johnson 20.7 2

PAST WINNERS

Class of 2021 Future 4: Kody, Marshall, J.J. and John (MVP)

Class of 2020 Future 4: Jake, Gavin (MVP), Griffin & Max

Class of 2019 Future 4: Daelen, Spencer (MVP), Griffin and Jake


About Brandon Odoi

Brandon Odoi is a tenured journalist. He's covered youth football since 8th grade, high school football since 2009 and began covering college football in 2011 as a beat writer for the University of Miami Athletic programs. In 2011, he founded Football Hotbed a national multi-media platform for football across the country. He's a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and spent his first five years as a professional working at ABC Television Network, ending his career as a producer in Miami. He's married with a son and resides in South Florida.

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