* = Freshman
Jake Newton (Mt. San Jacinto) (6-2, 207)* - Newton went 26 of 41 for 387 yards and four touchdowns as Mount San Jacinto downed 43-30.
Sean Smith (L.A. Pierce) (6-5, 210) - The sophomore was solid in Pierce’s 30-10 win over College of the Desert, going 17 of 28 for 263 yards with three touchdowns while also rushing for 48 yards on six carries.
Troy Williams (Santa Monica) (6-2, 210) - The Washington bounceback did throw three picks, but he also completed 21 of his 37 attempts for 317 yards and two scores while also running for 73 yards and another score as Santa Monica got a 48-21 win over Southwestern.
Clark Livingston (L.A. Harbor) (6-1, 190) - Livingston did all he could in keeping the Seahawks in the game, going 25 of 42 for 327 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions, but it wasn’t enough as they dropped to 0-2 with a 39-28 loss to Santa Ana.
Jorge Hernandez (El Camino) (6-1, 180) - Hernandez completed 37 of his 54 attempts for an amazing 602 yards with six touchdowns and three interceptions, but the Warriors still dropped a heart-breaker to Ventura by a score of 59-58.
Brandon Jones (Ventura) (6-2, 205)* -The freshman completed 28 of his 41 attempts for 397 yards with five touchdowns, including the game-winner with :15 seconds left on the clock, and an interception in Ventura’s 59-58 win over El Camino.
Jimmy Walker (Cerritos) (6-3, 220) - Walker led the Falcons to a 34-31 win over Orange Coast by going 25 of 37 for 376 yards with four touchdowns and an interception.
Mason Dossey (Orange Coast) (6-3, 200) – Dossey went 27 of 36 for 406 yards with three touchdowns, but it wasn’t enough as OCC dropped their game with Cerritos by a score of 34-31.
Trey Tinsley (Fullerton) (6-3, 205)* - The freshman went 22 of 37 for 305 yards with three touchdowns and an interception as Fullerton won a thrilling 36-30 win over Mt. San Antonio.
Christian Rossi (Fresno) (6-3, 210) - Rossi went 32 of 46 for 392 yards and five touchdowns in Fresno City’s thrilling 42-41 win over Sierra.
Kyle Cota (Sierra) (5-10, 190) - Cota was brilliant in a losing effort, finishing 25 of 37 for 376 yards and six touchdowns in Sierra’s 42-41 loss to Fresno City.
Daniel Itza (Mendocino) (6-0, 190) – Itza led the way to Mendocino’s 32-28 win over Gavilan by going 13 of 28 for 292 yards with two scores and he also led the team with 69 rushing yards and he scored a touchdown on the ground as well.
Goa Mayak (College of the Siskiyous) (6-6, 202)* - Mayak completed 14 of 26 for 335 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions while also rushing for 19 yards in COS’ 36-23 win over San Joaquin Delta.
Tommy Hayes (Butte) (6-4, 200)* - Hayes finished 16 of 26 for 151 yards with two touchdowns and an interception while also posting a game-high 99 yards on the ground on 14 carries in Butte's 23-20 loss to Santa Rosa.
Trey Cooper (Modesto) (6-3, 225) - Cooper did everything he could to keep Modesto in the game, going 17 of 30 for 220 yards and an interception, but he also had 110 yards rushing and four touchdowns on 21 carries, but it wasn’t enough as Modesto fell to 1-1 with a 51-41 loss to College of San Mateo.
Drew Anderson (Diablo Valley) (6-4, 220)* - Anderson led DVC to a 26-10 win over Chabot by completing 31 of his 51 attempts for 300 yards with two touchdowns and an interception.
Nick Rooney (Rochester) (6-2, 195) - Rooney went 28 of 44 for 528 yards with five touchdowns and an interception in Rochester’s big 43-40 win over Central Lakes-Brainerd.
Jerod Evans (Trinity Valley) (6-4, 225) – Evans led TVC to a hard-fought 58-40 win over Cisco by completing 23 of his 38 pass attempts for 371 yards and two touchdowns while also rushing for 65 yards and another score in the victory.
Robert Mitchell (Blinn) (6-0, 220) – Mitchell led the way with 364 yards of offense – 240 yards passing and 124 yards rushing – while throwing two touchdown passes and completing 18 of his 30 attempts in a thrilling 31-30 win over Notheastern Oklahoma A&M.
Richard Lagow (Cisco) (6-6, 240) – Legow was stellar in a 58-40 loss to Trinity Valley, going 27 of 44 for 356 yards and three touchdowns.
WSFL (Utah/Arizona/New Mexico)
Stefan Cantwell (Snow) (6-2, 229) – In Snow’s impressive 35-10 win over Arizona Western, Cantwell hit on 19 of his 34 attempts for 296 yards and four touchdowns while rushing for 72 more yards in the winning effort.