Pangle showed up to our combine his freshman year and impressed. The curly-haired assassin at QB was a name to remember, and that all came to fruition his junior year. We had our expectations set for a 2k year and he blew that out with a 2858 yards and 31 touchdowns with a solid 102.5 QBR. The springy QB has really improved his form over the years and there is very good shoulder rotation on his follow-through. He really drives the ball on a line. Very good agility and open field scrambling, think some added weight and confidence and he could break off even more runs too. Pangle is quick – his 4.2 shuttle time has been consistent for years and he is able to slide around the pocket easily. He does a nice job finding pockets in the zone defense and has the arm strength to drive the football out to the sideline. He has an angular body type, but has done a very good job of filling out despite growing 3 inches in the last few years. Pangle is very underrated right now. He’s still adding weight to his frame and should be 200 lbs. no problem by the time he is ready to contribute at the college level. Pangle reminds me a lot of Stetson Bennett from a few years back at Pierce County, except he is even taller. There are some great touch passes deep downfield, and he shows the strength to get the ball out 50 yards downfield pretty easily. The next step is to take these scrambling plays and making a jump into being more explosive. There is a ton of upside here for Pangle – honestly one of the best of any QB in this class in Georgia. What we like so much about Pangles intermediate to deep throws is the tight spiral that is consistent even 5-8 mins into his film. He has a very good touch in the redzone too and is just a natural at leading his receiver. Pangle is an FBS talent and has some of the best athletic upside of any signal-caller in this recruiting class in Georgia. His 93 SPARQ score is elite for a QB at the HS level.