What makes a great quarterback? Anyone who knows the game of football knows that to play the quarterback position coaches look for players that manage the offense and put their team in a position to be successful. Most importantly they have to be able to lead their team, not only on the field but also off the field. When looking back on the 2007 season we have two quarterbacks that were easy to talk about. Landry Jones from Artesia was the big time recruit that had colleges from all over the country wanting him. He has great size a tremendous arm and was a great leader on the field. As good as he is, one could also make the argument that the most important QB in the state was Mayfield's Matthew Sandoval. Sandoval isn't a top level recruit like Jones, but what he did for the Trojans is legendary. Both of these young men will be hard to replace. Now looking at all that, who is our selection as the top QB for the 2008 season? We talked long and hard about this one, but in the end we went with
What a season it was in 2007 for Caro. The 6'0 180 pound athlete did what was best for his team and moved positions. The move paid off,
Teammate James Hall has one offer to speak of at this point from New Mexico State, but teammate Caro doesn't have anything on the table as of right now. He's probably not a QB at the next level, but because of his overall athleticism he should get a chance to play somewhere in college.