Elite 11 Quarterback Tracker
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. 31)
Bishop Carroll (Wichita, Kan.)
Bell was a one-man show in another blowout victory for Carroll. During the 61-35 victory over Liberal (Kan.), the future Sooner rushed for 220 yards and four scores while adding another 175 yards through the air with five touchdowns.
Next Game: Nov. 6 vs. Newton (Kan.)
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.
St. Mary's (Orchard Lake, Mich.)
College: Penn State
Bolden didn't throw a pass in St. Mary's 31-0 win over Detroit Central. The Eaglets controlled the game on the ground, running 58 times for 262 yards to advance to the second round of the Division 3 playoffs.
Next Game: Playoffs Nov 7 vs. Melvindale (Mich.)
Performer of the Week
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org). 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
Kingsburg (Kingsburg, Calif.)
Bray accounted for three touchdowns to lead the Vikings to their eight win and remain undefeated. In the 38-14 victory, Bray went for 208 yards and two scores.
Next Game: Nov 6 vs. Exeter (Calif.)
Memphis University School (Memphis, Tenn.)
College: West Virginia
Brunetti put together one of his best performances this season, accounting for five touchdowns during Memphis University's 42-16 win over Briarcrest Christian (Memphis, Tenn.). He was 8-of-13 for 195 yards with four touchdowns while adding 91 yards and a touchdown on the ground.
Next Game: Playoffs TBD
Inkster (Inkster, Mich.)
Not much was needed through the air from Gardner during Inkster's 51-19 first-round playoff route of Ford (Detroit, Mich.). Gardner did run for a 68-yard score finishing with 50 yards passing.
Next Game: Playoffs Nov. 7 vs. Thurston (Redford, Mich.)
Skyline (Sammamish, Wash.)
Despite throwing for 233 yards and three touchdowns, it was not enough as Heaps and Skyline fell to Bothell (Wash.) 25-20 in the KingsCo 4A championship game.
Next Game: Playoffs TBD
Steamboat Springs (Steamboat Springs, Colo.)
Steamboat Springs rolled to a 58-13 victory over Buena Vista (Colo.) to set up a matchup of undefeated teams against defending state champs Glenwood Springs (Colo.). Steamboat put up 51 first-half points with the help of Hinder's three passing scores and one rushing touchdown. The future Golden Bear completed 10 of 16 passes for 148 yards and rushed for 63 yards overall.
Next Game: Nov 6 vs. Glenwood Springs (Colo.)
Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, Calif.)
Oaks Christian came out firing, putting up 31 points in the first quarter and cruising to a 59-0 victory over Oak Park (Calif.). Montana did his part in limited action, completing 6 of 10 attempts for 176 yards with three scores.
Next Game: Nov 6 vs. Santa Clara (Oxnard, Calif.)
Lakewood (Lakewood, Calif.)
This week it was the ground game that propelled Lakewood to a 60-7 victory over Millikan (Long Beach, Calif.). The Lancers rushed for 260 yards and six touchdowns, while Scroggins still did his part, throwing for 180 yards and two scores.
Next Game: Nov. 13 @ Wilson (Long Beach, Calif.)
Oscar Smith (Chesapeake, Va.)
Sims led Oscar Smith on five straight scoring drives to put the game out of reach by halftime against Western Branch (Chesapeake, Va.). In the rout, Sims passed for four touchdowns and 159 yards.
Next Game: Nov. 6 vs. Great Bridge (Chesapeake, Va.)
Downers Grove South (Downers Grove, Ill.)
Trailing 21-12 late in the fourth quarter, Whitmer rallied the Mustangs to their first playoff win since 2005 with a 22-21 victory over Waubonsie Valley (Aurora, Ill.). With 4:23 left in the game, Whitmer connected on a 5-yard TD pass to gain the lead and finished 15-of-23 for 147 yards.
Next Game: Playoffs Nov. 7 vs. Bolingbrook (Ill.)
|Elite 11 Quarterback Tracker|
|Blake Bell||132||201||1,953||25||1||16 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||107||182||2,012||24||5||Rush TD|
|Barry Brunetti||99||181||1,756||22||0||7 rush TDs|
|Devin Gardner||81||148||1,573||12||4||7 rush TDs|
|Jake Heaps||134||227||1,958||25||4||2 rush TD|
|Austin Hinder||110||174||1,402||19||2||9 rush TDs|
|Jesse Scroggins||103||171||1,517||24||1||5 rush TDs|
|Chandler Whitmer||113||181||1,697||20||10||2 rush TD|
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