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Vote: Who is the top West Virginia AAAA QB of 2024?

We give you eight candidates to select from

The quality of quarterback play in West Virginia was on full display in the 2023 season in every classification. That’s because the state is filled with signal callers who can change games with either their arms, legs or both.

There’s no shortage of talented quarterbacks in West Virginia, which makes it hard to pick just one as the best in the area.

So here at SBLive Sports West Virginia, we’re asking you, the fans, to decide.

Vote now on who is the top AAAA quarterback in West Virginia for 2024. Voting closes March 21, 2024.

Editor’s note: Our corresponding poll is intended to be fun, and we do not set limits on how many times a fan can vote during the competition. This poll is specifically for fans to vote on the players that have been nominated and in no way discredits any other players who may not be mentioned in our poll.

Here are the nominations: 

Koi Fagan, Martinsburg: The 6-foot, 165-pound quarterback was instrumental in leading the Bulldogs to a 13-0 record and first in the Eastern Panhandle. Fagan led the team to 586 points scored. 

Noah Vellaithambi, Hurricane: As a junior, the signal caller played minimally, but showed promise in his short time. Vellaithambi threw for 291 yards and four touchdowns. The quarterback rushed 1,436 yards and 19 touchdowns. 

Aiden Davis, Wheeling Park: Among one of the state’s leaders in the passing department, Davis put up big time numbers in 2023. As a junior, Davis passed for 2,446 yards and 28 touchdowns. 

Avonte Crawford, Huntington: The 6-foot-3, 190-pound signal caller was lethal in and out of the pocket for the Highlanders. Crawford led the team to a 11-2 record last season, scoring 664 points offensively. 

Max Anderson, Spring Mills: Anderson has the prototypical quarterback size you’d like at the position at 6-foot-2, 200-pounds. The junior led the Cardinals to a 9-4 mark and 374 points in 2023. 

Dylan Harich, Jefferson: Showing off his arm and legs in 2023, Harich has the ability to hurt defense as a dual-threat. Harich totaled 1,163 yards and 12 touchdowns last season for the Cougars. 

Devin Richardson, Woodrow Wilson: The Flying Eagles’ offense relied on the arm of Richardson to pile up points last season. Richard in 2023 completed 42-of-92 passes for 745 yards and eight touchdowns to just three interceptions. 

Michael Thompson, Musselman: Thompson saw very minimal time under center for the Appleman in 2023, but his potential is high heading into 2024. The signal caller completed 11-of-17 passes for 63 yards last fall. 

-- Andy Villamarzo | | @sblivesports