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INSIDER: “Julian Sayin Reminds Me Of Bryce Young"

July 27, 2022

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ATHENS - If you’re a Georgia fan, you’ve seen plenty of 5-star quarterbacks come through the Classic City in recent years. 

Some have transferred away, one is still on the roster, and there’s a good chance one will sign with the Bulldogs in the 2024 class.

It appears that the Georgia staff went Arch Manning or bust in the current 2023 cycle, and that one didn’t go their way. Now, Todd Monken is looking for one of the best in the 2024 class, and one QB familiar with Athens is gunslinger, Julian Sayin‍.

The 5-star out of Carlsbad (CA) is trained by one of the most respected QB trainers and developers in the country in Danny Hernandez, who also trained current Alabama quarterback, Bryce Young.

Hernandez recently spoke with Dawg Post about what makes Sayin such a special prospect.

“Julian reminds me a lot like Bryce in a lot of ways”, Hernandez told Dawg Post. “He has insane body control, the ability to throw from all angles, he’s insanely accurate and a student of the game.”

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“Julian is so good at self correcting”, Hernandez added.  “You don’t see him make the back to back mistakes. If he’s in a throwing session and misses he immediately knows why and fixes it the very next throw. It may not seem like much, but I’ve worked with a ton of great QBs and the two best guys I’ve had in the department are Bryce and Julian.”

Sayin’s arm talent is elite for someone his age, but his 6-foot-1 185-pound frame might not blow anyone away. He doesn’t look like Jacob Eason or Trevor Lawrence out there. However, he does know how to play the position.

“He has a great rhythm and feel for the position”, Hernandez added. “Nothing is going to wow you about his physical traits, but he’s so much more than that. Watching him throw side by side with some serious dudes like Malachi Nelson, Maalik Murphy, AJ Duffy and Jake Garcia, the dude does not flinch.”

When Arch Manning committed from Texas earlier this summer, multiple sources told Dawg Post that Sayin was someone to keep a close eye on. However, The California native didn’t make it to Athens this summer and confirmed with Dawg Post that with his schedule on the West Coast, it might be difficult for him to make it out to Athens for a game this fall. 

Right now, the quarterback in the 2024 class that might be trending Georgia’s way the most is 5-star, Jadyn Davis‍. The dual-threat quarterback currently plays in Charlotte, but he’s a former Georgia native who still has family in the peach state. Sources say he’ll be in Athens for another visit this week, so he’s one to keep a close eye on for the 2024 class.

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