James Resar

  • Pos QB
  • Height 6-4
  • Weight 199

Prospect Info

  • High School Bishop Kenny
  • City Jacksonville, FL
  • Exp 2024 - ...

Iowa Hawkeyes

  • Class FR

As a Prospect


  • Class 2024
  • Committed 9/11/2022
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H.S. Scouting Report

Evaluated 02/16/2023

Andrew Ivins
Andrew Ivins Director of Scouting

Reminds Us Of

Matt Jones Jacksonville Jaguars

A long, dual-threat quarterback with verified track speed. Has operated primarily out of a single-back spread attack that has some RPOs on the call sheet. As a junior, completed just over 66 percent of his passes, throwing for 1,986 yards with 16 touchdowns to go against six interceptions. Also totaled 520 yards and 11 more scores on the ground. The type of signal caller that will keep defenses honest as he’s a threat to move the chains via delayed draws and quick options. However, isn’t someone that’s constantly looking to take off as he will usually stand his ground in the pocket and go through his progressions. Could best be classified as a touch passer at this stage in his development. Might lack some arm strength, but 11th grade spray chart is full of balls challenging the deeper third. Must continue to improve as a decision-maker and learn how to not lock onto targets, but has some unique tools and has already shown some grit (played most of sophomore year with a broken leg). Should be viewed as a plus athlete trying to play the game’s hardest position. Likely going to need some time before he’s ready for the big stage.

H.S. Athletic Background

Also runs track. 2x regional qualifier in the 100-meter dash. Owns times of 10.67 (1.8), 10.86, 10.86 (1.0), 10.88, 10.90, 10.95, 10.98 (1.5) and 10.99 (0.3) in the race. Has also gone 22.72 in the 200 and 56.09 in the 400.
2022: Posted a 8-3 record as a second-year starter for Bishop Kenny, which qualified for the first round of Florida's 3M playoffs. Completed 136 of 205 pass attempts for 1,986 yards with 16 TD to go against 6 INT. Also ran for 520 yards and 11 more scores.
2021: Played through sophomore season with a broken leg, which was an injury he suffered Week 2. Helped Bishop Kenny make Florida’s 5A playoffs, which marked the first time the school had made the postseason in five years.
-Andrew Ivins

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