Rollerson who is in his second season leading the PHS offense earned honorable mention all 11-4A honors and he's also a key member of a very strong Paris basketball team that advanced to the Regional Semi-Finals in 2006.
"I think my footwork and pocket presence are my biggest strength, I think my height allows me to see things a lot of quarterbacks wouldn't see," replied the Paris QB who says this summer he's looking to improve his speed and work on his accuracy. Right now Quinn's top five includes Iowa State, SMU, Tulsa, Idaho and Stephen F. Austin. However Rollerson doesn't have any favorites as things stand right now.
This summer Quinn is not sure if he'll attend any camps, but he will be participating in seven on seven for PHS this summer. Rollerson who plans on majoring in Criminal Justice says academics, tradition and campus atmosphere will play a key role deciding where he'll land.
Rollerson is hoping for a big senior season to help his rising stock, so don't look for a decision from the Paris QB until after the 2008 season. When asked about Paris' drop to Class 3A Quinn has mixed emotions, "In a way I'd rather stay 4A because of the rivalries we have with a lot of the teams in our old district. But I am excited about playing new teams and hopefully we can win district and make a playoff run."