• North Carolina
  • North Carolina Tar Heels
    Hard Commit - 6/27/2023

Bryce Baker

  • Pos QB
  • Height 6-2.5
  • Weight 195

Prospect Info

  • High School East Forsyth
  • City Kernersville, NC
  • Class 2025

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Evaluated 01/05/2024

Andrew Ivins
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Mobile signal caller with a muscled-up build that will throw his wide receivers open. Owns a compact release and can create some torque with his upper half. Can be a bit streaky at times as a passer, but has some impressive long balls on the junior spray chart. Really excels at attacking the back corner of the end zone when down in the red zone. Lower-body twitch allows him to escape pressure and extend plays. Effective on designed runs and has the burst to beat defenders to the sticks, although he isn’t the type of quarterback that’s looking to just take off and run. Should be viewed as a potential multi-year starter at the Power Four level. Must keep improving his footwork and decision-making, but has tools to develop over the next few years. Likely to find the most success in a modern spread attack that wants to move him around.

H.S. Athletic Background

Also plays basketball.
Reached the 1,000-point career mark midway through junior season.
As a 10th grader, averaged 15.4 ppg, 5.2 rpg and 2.3 apg per MaxPreps.
A all-conference selection on the hardwood as a freshman.
2023: Led East Forsyth to a 10-2 record and the second round of North Carolina’s 4A playoffs. Completed 211 of 317 passes (66.6%) for 3,082 yards with 39 TD and 3 INT. Also ran for 233 yards and 3 TD while averaging 6.5 YPC.
2022: Posted a 7-3 record as a sophomore at Walkertown. Completed 118 of 201 passes (58.7%) for 1,823 yards with 20 TD and 5 INT. Also ran for 139 yards and a TD.
2021: Started a handful of games as a freshman.
-Andrew Ivins

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