I've seen this kid play and I desperately want to get some of his film in the hands of VT's coaches.
Sam Rogers, Quarterback (AND STARTING LINEBACKER) for the Hanover Hawks from Mechanicsville, VA has carried his team to the state semifinals finals (outplaying 2 FBS-committed players, one of which is committed to Stanford) with his legs and his arm. He reminds me of a Tebow-like runner (or more like Manziel, just not as fast), but he can actually toss the ball on the run pretty well.
His stats in his final game-
25 rushes for 109 yards and a touchdown
11 of 21 passing for 134 yards and two touchdowns (7 and 27 yards).
He's a little shorter than previous VT QB's and what seems like Franks ideal of a QB (6'0", 205lbs) but some time with Gentry could pump him up.
His brother Ben played center for Hampden-Sydney.
Here's some film of him (#10)
Why hasn't any FBS school offered him yet?