Ty is likely the most “ready to play right away” quarterback in this class and most naturally gifted passer in this class. You don’t see many weaknesses in his game and he is only going to get better once he enters college. He is a tough leader on the field and he has the natural ability to develop into an upper echelon starter in college. Has a very strong arm, gets good velocity on passes and can fit the ball into tight spaces. Gets set quickly, makes quick decisions and has the quick release to help neutralize pass rushes. Goes through progressions, has good height and can see the entire field. Does an excellent job in terms of changing up velocity, shows good touch when throwing underneath and shows very good accuracy when his feet are set. Shows good pre-snap recognition skills, adjusts to the blitz and can beat pressure. Possesses good lateral mobility, can buy Jordan seconds in the pocket and throws well on the run. Appears to play with confidence and wants the ball in hands. Ty shows great pocket presence and is deceptively athletic. He is effective out of the pocket, will lower his head and get the tough first down. He may be the one quarterback in this class with the ability to play right away with a short learning curve.