Not all quarterbacks develop at the same rate. Some may be more polished running the ball while others are advanced throwing it.

Cincinnati (Ohio) La Salle quarterback MyJaden Horton is still developing in both areas and many feel he’s yet to reach the level of play he’s capable of.

This makes Horton one of the top prospects to watch in Southwest Ohio for the 2020 recruiting class.

Horton can do a lot of things on the field as he shows above average vision and the ability to avoid the rush. While he’s still developing as a passer, when he uses proper mechanics, he can throw the short, mid and long range throws with a quick release or with touch. Running the ball, Horton can use his size and ability to break tackles to make positive plays when needed.

First Star Football Report caught up with the 6-foot-2, 193-pound Horton following the Lancers workout in front of college coaches for this First Star Logistics sponsored one-on-one interview.


Dave Berk

Team publisher and recruiting analyst for from 2002-2017. Founded Dave Berk Consulting (, a football recruiting consulting company focused on helping families through the recruiting process in 2016. Founded First Star Football Report in fall of 2018. Has appeared on national, regional and local television and radio including NFL Network, FOX Sports Radio, Sporting News Radio, 700 WLW, 980 WONE, WCPO CH9 and more. Provided recruiting analysis for FOX Sports Ohio weekly high school game of the week in Southwest Ohio area and was an analyst for the Time Warner Sports (Spectrum Sports) Ohio National Signing Day show.


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