Willy Korn looking solid for East

Originally Published: January 4, 2007
By Tom Luginbill and Craig Haubert | Scouts Inc.
SAN ANTONIO -- QB Willy Korn (Duncan, S.C./Byrnes) has looked the sharpest of the East quarterbacks so far in terms of passing skills. John Brantley (Ocala, Fla./Trinity) hasn't gotten as many turns as we expected, and Tyrod Taylor flashes the most upside to be a playmaker. Matt Simms (Franklin Lakes, N.J./Don Bosco) and Sean Mara (New Rochelle, N.Y./Iona Prep) are both in a little over their head.

• RB Noel Devine (North Fort Myers, Fla.) is making plenty of defenders look silly in space. His ability to stop and start on a dime with no wasted motion is unlike anyone else in the game, and at only 5-foot-8 and 170 pounds, he's still running through tackles. He has the potential to be a one-man highlight reel on Saturday.