It’s hard to find another state in the country who is producing more high-level quarterbacks right now than the state of Georgia. We’re seeing some top high school quarterbacks sign with major college programs right now, and there’s one 7th grader at Carrollton Middle School who has a chance to be a special quarterback down the road as well.
That would be 2028 quarterback, CJ Cypher.
A winner in every sense of the word, the 5-foot-8 120-pounder is a 4x B2C State Champion and has led his former team to 97-straight victories. He’s won multiple “ B2C QB of the Year honors” and led his 6th grade team to an FBU national championship last year.
Cypher has unbelievable arm talent for his age, but he also knows how to take off and make plays with his feet. He’s an advanced passer and was throwing the ball 30+ yards when he was six years old. He’s a natural athlete who can also make plays on the basketball court, but his natural arm talent and athleticism should make him an outstanding prospect over the next several years. Playing at Carrollton this year, Cypher is going to improve each year and has a chance to shine at one of the top programs in the state when he gets to high school.
Cypher has improved more and more as the year has gone on, winning the MVP in last month’s Davis Mills QB camp in Atlanta. Cypher is also the QB for the Hustle INC 2028 class, one of the top 7V7 programs in the country, and has been training with QB specialist Tony Ballard since he was 8 years old. Cypher is already fundamentally sound, possesses great footwork, and understands the position extremely well for someone his age. Playing in the Carrollton area, Cypher is close friends with another superstar quarterback in 2026 gunslinger, Julian Lewis.
You might not find a better 7th grade quarterback across the country than CJ Cypher. A true winner with plenty of arm talent, Cypher is going to make a name for himself in the peach state very, very soon.