The Washington area’s highest-rated high school quarterback has his college destination set. St. John’s senior Kevin Doyle is headed to Michigan, he announced this week.

Doyle, a four-star prospect, also had scholarship offers from Mississippi, Pittsburgh, West Virginia, Nebraska and dozens of other top programs.

He picked up the Michigan offer during an unofficial visit to campus Sept. 17 with teammate Quinten Johnson. A week later, he announced his commitment, surprising scouts and recruiting analysts nationwide, who were unaware the Wolverines were considering the Philadelphia native.

In four games with the Cadets (2-2), Doyle has thrown for 1,145 yards, nine touchdowns and two interceptions. He has completed 60 percent of his passes.

“For a kid that’s 6-4, will probably play at 220 pounds and runs a 4.7 [second 40-yard dash], you really say, ‘Sky is the limit,’ ” Marcus Hammond, Doyle’s personal quarterback coach, told The Post in April.

Michigan has 14 recruits in its 2018 class, including eight four-star prospects. In May, the Wolverines received a commitment from four-star recruit Joe Milton of Orlando, the only other quarterback in the class.

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