Top Performers - Quarterbacks

Here is a look at some of the top JUCO quarterback performances from last weekend as well as a quick glance at who is standing out so far this season...

Dodge City QB Deondre Ford - Ford, a sophomore, had a big game in the Conqs' 27-16 win over Kilgore last weekend, going 17 of 25 for 227 yards and throwing three touchdowns.

Central Lakes QB Andrew Johnson - Johnson threw touchdown passes of nine, 19 and 30 yards in Central Lakes' 34-6 win over Fond du Lac. The talented sophomore signal-caller finished the day 20 of 33 for 372 yards and the three touchdowns in the win.

Highland QB Brandon Bergeron - The Scotties lost 47-14 loss to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, but Bergeron showed why their fans should see good things on the horizon as he went 31 of 52 for 341 yards. He did have one interception and no touchdowns, so those are areas for improvement, but the future looks bright at the quarterback spot for Highland this year.

Itawamba QB Griff Loftis - Loftis had a big day for the Indians as he went 27 of 45 for 331 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions in a 40-7 win over East Central.

New Mexico Military QB Quinn Billerman - The Broncos look poised for a big season with Billerman under center. The talented sophomore completed 19 of his 29 attempts for 297 yards with four touchdowns and one pick in a 34-31 win over Glendale.

Scottsdale QB Blake Decker - Decker tossed five touchdown passes and went 24 of 45 for 291 yards and one interception in a 45-23 win over Arizona Western last weekend.

Butler QB Hunter Vaughn - Vaughn appears to be the latest in a long line of top Grizzly quarterbacks. He got his season off to a solid start last weekend leading Butler to a 44-14 win over Blinn by completing 16 of his 22 pass attempts for 283 yards and four scores.

Mesa QB Blake Kemp - Kemp had a big game, hitting on 22 of his 32 pass attempts for 271 yards for two touchdowns and one pick in a 26-21 win over Eastern Arizona.

East Mississippi QB Dontreal Pruitt - EMC hammered Pearl River by a score of 49-6 and Pruitt was a big reason why as he went 22 of 34 for 271 yards and four touchdowns.

Trinity Valley QB Ryan Polite - The Cardinal blasted Coffeyville 72-7 and Polite led the way by going 25 of 32 for 259 yards with four touchdowns and an interception and rushing for 35 yards and another score in the romp.

Hinds QB James Summers - Summers didn't have a great day passing the ball, going just 7 of 17 for 66 yards with a touchdown and an interception, but on the ground he put up 136 yards and three scores, leading Hinds to a 49-7 win over Mississippi Delta.

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