Top-Rated ’25 QB Prospect Eyes UCLA Football But Remains Uncommitted

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247 Sports put out a 2025 Top 10 Quarterback Prospects update, and Husan Longstreet was #5, but was the top prospect on the list that as of yet had not committed to a school. Last fall, Longstreet narrowed his recruiting focus to eight programs, including UCLA football.

UCLA Football in the Running For Top QB Prospect

The Louisville, Ole Miss, Michigan, Miami, Oregon, Florida State, and Washington. UCLA offered Longstreet just over a year ago and was one of the first on this list to offer the 6’1″ 185 lbs Corona, CA native. Of course, all of this took place while UCLA football was in the Chip Kelly era.

UCLA’s campus is some 50 miles from Corona.

Husan’s brother, Kevin Longstreet, is currently a cornerback for Louisville.

Longstreet completed 66.8 percent of his passes for 3,013 yards with 24 touchdowns and six interceptions. He rushed for 645 yards and seven touchdowns. 

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Husan Longstreet Scouting Profile:

From 247 Sports, Greg Biggins, NATIONAL RECRUITING ANALYST

Longstreet has one of the strongest arms out West and one of the quicker releases to go with it. He generates a ton of velocity with little effort can easily throw from different arm angles and is equally comfortable rolling out and throwing right or left. He has big hands and spins the football as consistently as anyone.

He’s an improving athlete and uses his legs as a junior a lot more than his first two years of high school ball and looked very comfortable in zone-read situations. He’s accurate to the show and intermediate levels of the field but can continue to improve his touch on the deeper throws down the field. He’s a very likable kid, a natural leader, and a great teammate. He has a strong off-the-field work ethic and projects as a Power 5 starter with the talent to play for any school in the country.

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