Commentary

Elite 11 Quarterback Tracker

Updated: October 28, 2009, 1:37 PM ET
By Michael White | ESPNRISE.com

How are the nation's top quarterbacks progressing? Each week, ESPN RISE tracks the performances of the 12 QBs who attended the 2009 Elite 11 quarterback event.

(Results based on games through Oct. 24)

Blake Bell
Bishop Carroll (Wichita, Kan.)
College:
Oklahoma
Bell threw four consecutive touchdown passes in the second quarter of a 52-0 route of Valley Center (Valley Center, Kan.). He finished 14-of-20 for 159 yards. He was intercepted for the first time this season.
Next Game: Oct. 30 vs. Liberal (Liberal, Kan.)
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Joe Boisture
Saline (Saline, Mich.)
College:
Michigan State
Boisture's senior season came to an end early against Chelsea (Chelsea, Mich.) when he was knocked out with a concussion before posting any stats.

Robert Bolden
St. Mary's (Orchard Lake, Mich.)
College:
Penn State
Things went a little better for St. Mary's in the second go around against Catholic Central (Novi, Mich.) but the result was another loss, 7-0 loss in the Detroit Catholic League's Prep Bowl. Bolden passed for just 23 yards and was intercepted inside Central's 15-yard line with less than four minutes left. Catholic Central won the first meeting between the teams 27-0 .
Next Game: Playoffs Oct. 31 vs. Central (Detroit, Mich.)
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Elite 11
Performer of the Week

Jacob Morgan
Stephen F. Ausitn (Austin, Texas)

    39-of-55 for 541 yards and 6 TDs

    Morgan sets a career high with six touchdowns passes.

    Other Notable Performances

    Luke Woodley, Highland Park (Dallas, Texas)
    24-of-28 for 448 yards and 5 TDs

    Danny Kiekroeger, Menlo (Atherton, Calif.)
    28-of-47 for 451 yards and 5 TDs

    Nick Hirschman, Los Gatos (Calif.)
    12-of-17 for 413 yards and 5 TDs

    L.T. Pfaff, Atoka (Okla.)
    30-of-48 for 364 yards and 4 TDs

    Justin Worley, Northwestern (Rock Hill, S.C.)
    26-of-32 for 413 yards and 4 TDs

    Derek Buganza, Brockway (Pa.)
    20-of-36 for 268 yards and 4 TDs

    Attention quarterbacks: Want to be part of the ESPN RISE Elite 11 Tracker? Send your stats to Michael White (michael@studentsports.com). Top performances for quarterbacks around the country will be included weekly, so check ESPNRISE.com to see if you had a game worthy of making the Elite 11 Tracker or being performer of the week.

    -- Michael White
Tyler Bray
Kingsburg (Kingsburg, Calif.)
College:
Tennessee
Kingsburg stayed unbeaten with a 49-7 victory over Central Valley (Visalia, Calif.). Bray was 19-of-25 passing for 344 yards and two TDs.
Next Game: Oct. 30 vs. Kerman (Kerman, Calif.)
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Barry Brunetti
Memphis University School (Memphis, Tenn.)
College:
West Virginia
Brunetti led the Owls to 28 third-quarter points in a 38-24 victory over Christian Brothers (Memphis, Tenn.). He finished with 268 yards and two TDs passing and also ran for two scores. He has yet to be intercepted this season.
Next Game: Oct. 29 vs. Briarcrest Christain (Eads, Tenn.)

Devin Gardner
Inkster (Inkster, Mich.)
College:
Michigan
Inkster traveled to Ohio needing to beat Steubenville, which came in with a 68-game winning streak, to earn a playoff spot, and Gardner was at his best in a 36-29 victory. The Michigan recruit hit on 14-of-25 passes for 275 yards and four TDs. Gardner was selected ESPN Rise Midwest Region Player of the Week.
Next Game: Playoffs Oct. 30 vs. Ford (Detroit, Mich.)
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Jake Heaps
Skyline (Sammamish, Wash.)
College:
BYU
Heaps was 20-of-27 for 329 yards and three TDs in a 42-7 victory over Redmond (Redmond, Wash.).
Next Game: Oct. 29 vs. Bothell (Bothell, Wash.)
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Austin Hinder
Steamboat Springs (Steamboat Springs, Colo.)
College:
Cal
Hinder got Steamboat Springs off to a hot start in a 42-14 victory over Moffat County (Craig, Colo.), leading the offense to 28 second-quarter points. He did most of his damage on the ground, rushing for 109 yards and a score.
Next Game: Oct. 30 vs. Buena Vista (Buena Vista, Colo.)
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Nick Montana
Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, Calif.)
College:
Washington
Another week, another solid performance for Montana in a 43-0 victory over Carpinteria (Carpinteria, Calif.). In limited action, Montana connected on 8-of-14 passes for 197 yards and three scores.
Next Game: Oct. 30 vs. Oak Park (Agoura Hills, Calif.)

Jesse Scroggins
Lakewood (Lakewood, Calif.)
College:
USC
Scroggins was back after missing the previous game with an illness and showed no rust, accounting for all four Lakewood scores in a 25-0 win over Jordan (Long Beach, Calif.). Scroggins went 11-of-19 for 198 yards and three scores and also got his first rushing touchdown of the season.
Next Game: Oct. 30 vs. Millikan (Long Beach, Calif.)
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Phillip Sims
Oscar Smith (Chesapeake, Va.)
College:
Alabama
Sims became the South Hampton Roads leader in career TD passes in a 38-12 victory over Nansemond (Suffolk, Va.). His two scoring passes pushed his total to 81. Sims completed 14 of his 26 attempts for 176 yards and was intercepted once.
Next Game: Oct. 30 vs. Western Branch (Chesapeake, Va.)

Chandler Whitmer
Downers Grove South (Downers Grove, Ill.)
College:
Illinois
Whitmer threw for three TDs for the second straight game and finished 10-of-13 for 130 yards in a 34-12 victory over Morton (Morton, Ill.). South has won seven in a row after losing its first two games.
Next Game: Playoffs Oct. 31 vs. Waubonsie Valley (Aurora, Ill.)

Elite 11 Quarterback Tracker
Quarterback COMP ATT Yards TD INT Notes
Blake Bell 132 201 1,778 20 1 12 rush TDs
Joe Boisture 90 161 1,055 5 5 3 rush TDs
Robert Bolden 52 112 671 1 3 3 rush TDs
Tyler Bray 97 156 1,804 22 3
Barry Brunetti 72 139 1,561 18 0 8 rush TDs
Devin Gardner 77 141 1,523 12 4 6 rush TDs
Jake Heaps 115 192 1,701 21 4 2 rush TD
Austin Hinder 100 158 1,254 16 2 8 rush TDs
Nick Montana 80 135 1,161 16 5
Jesse Scroggins 96 153 1,337 22 1 5 rush TDs
Phillip Sims 99 166 1,816 18 7
Chandler Whitmer 98 158 1,550 19 10 2 rush TD