The junior class keeps getting better and better, though some critics seem to disagree with my evaluation that Aurora Christian quarterback Jordan Roberts has Division I skills and go so far as to argue that he is overrated and overhyped.
Let's be clear. Roberts has Division I skills. He has vision, arm strength and good production. The level of his competition raises some doubts. I don't think he can play in the Big Ten. He lacks great size and great arm strength. But he can play in the MAC, which is Division I.
Roberts isn't as good as Maine South's Charlie Goro, an outstanding all-around athlete who has big-time size and speed and leadership qualities. He is a precision passer. He has what all college coaches are looking for, an athletic quarterback who can run a spread offense.