Just Sayin’ @juliansayin2 Is California’s Top QB In The Class of 2024

As a freshman, he sat behind his older brother Aidan and learned the position. He saw some game time, but it was a quick learning period for Julian Sayin, the top quarterback recruit in California in the Class of 2024.

Sayin played in four games in the spring as the backup to Aidan, who took his quarterbacking skills (as well as his intelligence) to the Ivy League’s Penn where he is a freshman quarterback.

Just a few short months later, Sayin is the starter for 5-0 Carlsbad HS. The Lancers will go for win No. 6 on Friday, Oct. 1, when they face Torrey Pines.

Sayin got off to a great start in his first game as the Lancers full-time starting quarterback, In a 35-14 win over Great Oak, Sayin completed 17-of-26 passes for 352 yards and three touchdowns.

For the season, Sayin has completed 67-of-99 passes for 1,095 yards and 11 touchdowns. Here’s a 56-yarder he completed to Matt Moore.

Sayin spreads the wealth too. Here’s another of his touchdown passes. This one is to Josh Davis who runs right by his defender.

The Hype

For all of his efforts in the offseason and through five games thus far in the 2021 season, Sayin has received plenty of hype. There was this invitation to the Under Armour 2024 All-American game.

And then, there were the offers. Sayin has offers from just about every big-time FBS program you can think of. USC got in quickly and offered the sophomore.

One of the favorites on the list is Texas which offered after Sayin went through a workout with head coach Steve Sarkisian. Currently, Sayin and Arch Manning are the Longhorns highest priorities.

The Road

How Sayin got to be the No. 1 quarterback in California and the No. 2 QB in the country is a testament to his work ethic. Following in the footsteps of older brother Aidan, the younger Sayin hit the offseason circuit hard.

Here he is working with a quarterback coach in the offseason.

He worked hard all offseason to ensure he would be ready for the fall campaign. Here he is working his craft once again.

The talent is there. The intangibles are there. The offers have begun pouring in and more will most certainly come as the Carlsbad quarterback still has the rest of his sophomore season to play and then two more high school campaigns.

For now, he will continue to lead his team to wins and add to this highlight reel. Here are Sayin’s highlights from his spring 2021 freshman season.

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