Texas A&M is committed Conner Weigman made the Elite 11 final in Los Angeles last week and was among the most notable performers.
Cypress (Texas) Bridgeland’s five-star composite prospect was steady and compounded throughout the event, shattering the final roster to carve his name among the nation’s top players in his post.
National recruiting analyst Greg Biggins really liked what he saw of Weigman and wrote that the 6-foot-2, 208-pound prospect “just looks like a player and the kind of guy you want in your caucus. He doesn’t have the nicest move with a bit of Phillip Rivers arm action, but he’ll do the big throws when you need them and looks like he has the clutch gene you want on your end. . “
Weigman announced his commitment to the Aggies in early February after amassing nearly 20 scholarship offers during the recruiting process. He entered the week No. 31 nationally, No. 4 among quarterbacks and No. 8 in the State of Texas for the 2022 class, according to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite rankings.
“Adequate height with a sturdy, athletic figure. A natural top athlete who is an elite baseball prospect,” wrote recruiting analyst Gabe Brooks in Weigman’s scouting report. âThe free and alive arm passes to the ability to pass on the grill. Displays impressive release speed with the required vertical arm force to constantly stretch the pitch. More and more dangerous in extra-curricular situations. or precise throws in motion. Shows the speed of the foot over a short area to escape rushers. Also displays legitimate legitimate game speed as a runner. Sometimes takes risks and gambles on his tools, but that’s part of what makes him good. One of the country’s top 2022 class QBs with long-term potential to become a major starter over several years and play beyond college. “
Watch the video above to see Weigman in action during the Elite 11 Finals in Los Angeles last week.