On Thursday night, Kiehl Frazier again showed that when he's at home, he can't be beaten.
Frazier won the Top Gun QB1 Quarterback Challenge by finishing with 340 points, only 2 1/2 more points than Harrisburg's Zach Davis, who finished with 337.5.
Going into Thursday's final event, the On-The-Move Accuracy Competition, Davis led all competitors with 272 points. But Frazier had an impressive performance, scoring 75 points by hitting several targets to leap past Davis for the overall victory.
Frazier said winning the competition on his home field made the victory even better.
"I had to save my home turf," said Frazier, who received a scholarship offer from Auburn on June 9 and holds others from Tulsa and Western Michigan. "Me and (teammate David Matthews) kind of kept it quiet, but I mean, in the back of our minds, we wanted to win it.
"In the back of my mind, I was thinking, 'This is Shiloh, we've got to win this.'"
Frazier won Wednesday's Physical Endurance Test, which included several different drills like the 40-yard-dash, broad jump and vertical jump. He won the weight ball drill and the vertical jump with a leap of 35 inches.
"There were a lot of good quarterbacks here. This may have been the best field overall that I've seen," Shiloh coach Josh Floyd said. "I wasn't shocked that Kiehl won, because I think he's a big-time quarterback."
Davis said he was nervous going into Thursday's final event and pleased overall that he competed better than he ever expected.
"I didn't win any events, but I was near the top in everything," Davis said. "It was cool to come up here and see that I could compete with some of the talented quarterbacks in this area. But I was completely surprised — I mean, finishing in the top 10 and I was 100 percent satisfied."
Fayetteville's Brandon Allen, who finished eighth with 252.5 points, won the Deep Throw competition with a toss of 66 yards. Matthews, Shiloh's other junior quarterback, also won the On-The-Move Accuracy Competition and finished seventh overall with 255 points.
Former Arkansas quarterback Jason Allen, who created the quarterback challenge six years ago, said Frazier's consistency in every competition was the key to him being the overall champion.
"Kiehl is special, he's got the running skills, the physical presence," Allen said. "He's like a (Southeastern Conference) quarterback, he gets the ball from A to B and he's a great kid. The scary thing is that he's only going to be a junior."
At A Glance
TOP GUN QB1 CHALLENGE
1. Kiehl Frazier, Shiloh Christian 340
2. Zach Davis, Harrisburg 337.5
3. Hayden Smith, Warren 320
4. Trey Schucker, Clarksville 272.5
5. Tyler Shook, Greenwood 260
6. Claude Johnson, Pine Bluff 257.5
7. David Matthews, Shiloh Christian 255
8. Brandon Allen, Fayetteville 252.5
9. Logan Quinn, Arkansas Baptist 242.5
10. Benson Jordan, Lake Hamilton 235