We begin our break down of the best of 2010 by taking a look at the guys that guide the offense. The Gunslingers are what they are. They can't do it alone but without them the team would be Lost. So here is our Preseason look at the best Quarterbacks in Washington State.
Jeff Lindquist; Junior; Mercer Island High; Big Gun. Several Offers coming in. Jeff will lead the region for his class.
Trey Wheeler: Senior; Liberty High School Offered by Wyoming with other teams close.
Justin Lane: Senior; Lakewood High School Illinois State Offered
Iotana Pritchard; Senior; Clover Park; Big and athletic. UNLV Offer with more to folllow.
Thomas Vincent: Senior; Kings High School. Tremendous Athlete that brings so much to the table.
Dalton Ritchey: Senior; Onalaska. Dalton project higher at defense but my gosh he is a great looking QB.
Drew Austin; Junior; Graham-Kapowsin; Well developed QB with lots of upside.
Marquis Jackson- Sophomore-Ranier Beach; So fast and can develop into one of the best.
Max Browne- Sophomore; Skyline High School: Future of the Spartans Program
Braydon Foley- Senior; Bothell High School; This will be a big year for Braydon.
Logan Grindy- Senior-Camas High School: Great Leader. Tremendous talent.
Cedric Dozier-Junior- Lakewood Lakes. Playmaker all day long.
Tyler Jamison- Senior- Curtis Senior High School: He can light it up too.
Austin VanderWel; Senior- Arch Bishop Murphy; Good arm and can really play.
Alex Everson- Senior- Capital High.Should have a great Senior year ahead.
Matt Stuart- Sophomore-Lindbergh.This guys lit it up his Freshmen Year. Now he is on his way into 2010.
Caleb Smith-Junior- Kentridge-High School. Big Man with a really big arm.
Shane Schmidlkofer- Senior- Gonzaga Prep. Good QB on a Good Team.
Matt Malos-Senior-Interlake: Lots of schools looking at Malos who has proven what he can do.
Lucas McGill-Junior- East Wenatchee- East of the Mountains Athlete on the rise.
There were a lot of other athletes we could have selected from but these guys made the top of our list.
Posted on 8/17 1:31 AM | IP: 188.8.131.52
Good start. Two others to consider:
Tyler Perry - Nooksack Valley - led Pioneers to semis. 2000+ passing, 1000yd rushing last year. Third year in spread offense could produce big numbers again.
Zach Slesk - Meridian - played hurt for last 40% of season and still put up gaudy numbers. 1800yds passing (230.0yds a game) and 500yds rushing. Expect to see more backfield hijinks from him.
Posted on 8/17 7:27 PM | IP: 184.108.40.206
Two of My Favorites... shoot Tyler and Zach are both right up there. In fact I am going to see Tyler the first game... Thanks and I will do an add!
Take Care RM
Posted on 8/17 10:03 PM | IP: 220.127.116.11
There is a Sr QB at North Central high school in Spokane named Zac Hill that is being recruited by several colleges, but he is basically flying under the radar because North Central is like 1-17 the past two seasons and historically finishes at the bottom of the GSL.