Top Performers - Quarterbacks

Several signal-callers had big games last week and today we highlight who did what as well as who is standing out so far this season...

Tyler QB Randy Price - Price had a solid afternoon as Tyler rolled to a 56-24 win over Kilgore. Price was just 7 of 13 for 133 yards, but he did manage to throw for three touchdowns, along with one interception, and he rushed for a team-leading 136 yards and two more scores. So far this season, Price has completed 18 of his 33 attempts for 395 yards with seven touchdowns and two interceptions while chipping in 169 yards and three scores on the ground.

Scottsdale QB Blake Decker - Decker had another big game for the Artichokes, going 28 of 42 for 372 yards and four touchdowns in a 40-19 win over Snow. The talented passer has hit on 60.5% of his passes (75 for 124) for 1,137 yards with 11 touchdowns and just three picks. He's also shown good mobility rushing for 97 more yards and a touchdown while guiding Scottsdale to a 2-1 record with their only blemish a one-point loss to Eastern Arizona (27-26) to start the season.

Northeast Mississippi QB Jerrard Randall - Randall did everything he could to keep it close, hitting on 24 of his 48 attempts for 348 yards for three touchdowns and rushing for 59 more yards but Northeast Mississippi eventually fell to Jones by a score of 34-28. In two games, the LSU-bounceback has completed 32 of his 63 attempts for 397 yards with five touchdowns and three interceptions and he's also rushed for 84 yards and two more touchdowns.

Jones QB Steven Swindle - Swindle went 18 of 30 for 307 and two touchdowns in Jones' 34-28 win over Northeast Mississippi last weekend.

Mesa QB Blake Kemp - Kemp was integral in Mesa's big 41-20 win over Pima as he went 22 of 37 for 306 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions. So far this season, the sophomore signal-caller has hit on 72 of his 117 attempts (61.5%) for 902 yards with nine touchdowns and four interceptions while leading his team to a 3-0 record.

Butler QB Hunter Vaughn - The Grizzlies upped their record to 3-0 with a resounding 52-14 win over Fort Scott last week. Vaughn was a big reason why Butler was able to run away with things as he went 25 of 42 for 298 yards and four touchdowns. So far, Vaughn has yet to throw an interception and has completed 63.5% of his passes (54 of 85) for 761 yards and eight touchdowns.

East Mississippi QB Dontreal Pruitt - Pruitt went 15 of 27 for 284 yards with two touchdowns and an interception in East Mississippi's 59-0 blowout win over East Central last week. While leading EMC to a 2-0 record, Pruitt has hit on 36 of his 60 attempts for 555 yards with six touchdowns and an interception.

Hinds QB James Summers - The sophomore QB had a great game through the air (16 of 28 for 248 yards and two touchdowns) and on the ground (53 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries) in a 55-20 win over Coahoma.

Nassau QB Troy Jones - Jones completed 11 of his 14 attempts for 219 and two touchdowns and also rushed for two touchdowns in a 48-7 win over Navy Prep.

Cerritos QB Cody Clements - The Washington State bounceback completed 19 of his 24 passes for 243 yards and four touchdowns while also rushing for a 23-yard touchdown in the Falcons' 50-19 win over LA Harbor and was named the Northern Conference Offensive Player of the Week.

L.A. Harbor QB Bram Kohlhausen - Kohlhausen, a redshirt sophomore bounceback from Houston, finished the day 28 of 38 for 280 yards and two touchdowns, but the Seahawks still lost to Cerritos by a score of 50-19. He was named the Central Conference Offensive Player of the Week for his productivity.

Citrus QB Larry Cutbirth - Cutbirth led Citrus to a 34-21 win over Pasadena by going 15 of 22 for 157 yards and throwing two touchdowns with no interceptions and also carried the ball 13 times for a total of 79 yards and a touchdown.

Grossmont QB William Abt - The freshman completed 21 of his 32 attempts for 359 yards and he set a school-record by throwing seven touchdowns and was named the Southern Conference Offensive Player of the Week in leading the Griffs to a 65-14 win over College of the Desert.

Fullerton QB Jose Escobar - Escobar led the Hornets over Long Beach City College going 15-18 for 211 yards with no interceptions, tossing two touchdowns and rushing for another score in the win.

Saddleback QB Tim Belman - Belman opened the season by completing 36 of his 59 pass attempts for 358 yards and five touchdowns as the Gauchos opened the season with a 44-20 victory over top-ranked Mt. San Antonio on the road.

Sierra QB Daniel Harding - The sophomore signal-caller completed 32 of his 62 attempts for 390 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions but Sierra still dropped their opening game, falling 37-31 to Sacramento.

Shasta QB Austin Schmeltzer - Schmeltzer only went 8 of 19 for 124 yards and he also threw a pick, but he rushed for 106 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries and led Shasta to a 45-13 win over West Valley.

Modesto QB TeeJay Gordon - Gordon went 26 of 39 for 329 yards with two scores and one interception while rushing for 47 yards and a touchdown and led Modesto to a 46-13 win over Merced.

Southwestern QB Frank Foster - The freshman signal-caller completed 26 of his 38 attempts for 281 yards with two touchdowns and one interception and rushed for 134 yards and one touchdown as he led the Jaguars to a 58-27 win over West Los Angeles.

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