Kyle McLaren – QB

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)


OFFERS: Shorter, Culver-Stockton, Colby College, Grinnell College, Lindenwood & Carleton College

HT: 6'1″
WT: 202
GPA: 4.0
ACT: 29
Class: 2018
40: 4.79
Shuttle: 4.08
Vertical: 30.5″
Squat: 450
Bench: 290
Power Clean: 315

What makes you stand out as a future collegiate athlete?

Intelligence on the field and ability to read defenses, quick release and leadership skills. Strong overall athlete.

McLaren has led Northgate squad to almost 30 wins over the course of his HS career. He does a great job of managing their balanced offense, being sure to spread the ball around to his teammates. He makes some nice throws around the sidelines and he does good job of leading the receiver. He was made to play under center, has trained with all-time great under center QB in Joe Hamilton and you see glimpses of him while he throws the ball in the pocket. Class of 18 athlete carries out his fakes excellently and keeps a cool demeanor when standing in the pocket. When the pressure is on McLaren steps his game up and made some clutch plays at the end of games the last few years for his team. Senior year he has 3 come from behind victories, including a major upset over #7 ranked Langston Hughes where he led his team to 14 points in the 4th quarter in pivotal win to keep playoff hopes alive. Senior is cool as they come under pressure and will stand tall making the big throws. He is a money player, and we have seen him make a lot of game-winning throws. This season he is running the football more than ever, his shuttle has dropped .4 since he first signed up too. Great student-athlete and leader. First Team All County, All-Region Honorable Mention.

Career STATS: 2717 passing yards, 25 TDs & 8 rushing TDs

2016 All-County
2016 All Region Honorable Mention
2015 2nd Team All-Region
2015 All-County Newcomer of the Year

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  1. Reply Post By Tamara Ledford

    Kyle can read a defense and make adjustments necessary at the line of scrimmage to move the ball forward. He has great passing accuracy. He’s an intelligent kid who will excel in the classroom and on the field at the next level.

  2. Reply Post By Steve Pierce

    Watched him live and best pure passer. Controlled the offense and lead the team on each drive. Quick release helped him thread the ball into tight windows. Ready to see him take to the next level in his senior year.

  3. Reply Post By Scott David

    Kyle’s leadership abilities are clearly shown in the attentive of his team to his direction. His intellect has allowed him to recognize areas of weakness in the defense and attack those areas, allowing his receivers to make substantial yardage gains after the catch has been made.

  4. Reply Post By Kevin Waddell

    Kyle has an extremely high football IQ that he has exhibited since running midline options in middle school. He sees the field clearly when dropping back to pass. His big arm is matched by his ability to make smart choices to exploit a defenses weaknesses. I have seen him play against some big time defenses and stay poised to control the flow of the game or bring his team back from a play-off game deficit. Smart kid with unmatchable leadership qualities.

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