FINAL 2002 NATIONAL JC FOOTBALL STATISTICS

Here are the final stats, compiled to include California and NJCAA teams and individuals. Freshman Geary Davenport of College of Marin led the nation in passing. Remember his 781-yard performance a few weeks ago? Solano freshman Draak Davis led all rushers. Here's the rest...

SCORING (non-kickers), SCHOOL - PTS

Davis Leyva, Rainy River - 164
Draak Davis, Solano - 138
J.J. Arrington, Canyons - 138
Rudy Jones, Sierra - 120
Earl Charles, Fresno - 120
Andre Hall, Georgia Military - 114
John Bogarin, Chaffey - 108
Brandon Jacobs, Coffeyville - 108
Cody Pratt, Grand Rapids - 102
Nick Royer, Marin – 98
Mark Wolfe, Alfred State - 96
Bryant Stewart, Reedley - 90
Greg Morris, Moorpark - 90
John Harris, N.W. Mississippi - 90 

PASSING, TEAM, COMP-ATT-YDS-TD-INT

Geary Davenport, Marin, 261 – 420 - 3684 – 39 - 16
Emiliano Salazar, Sacramento, 206 – 386 – 3226 – 25 - 14
Kyle Bauer, Canyons, 178 – 307 – 3109 - 36 - 3
Paul Peterson, Snow, 243 - 384 - 2982 - 35 - 14
Michael Rathe, San Diego Mesa, 160 - 304 - 2874 - 30 - 12
Jeff Duggins, Alfred State, 160 - 338 - 2709 - 28 - 18
Thomas McDougall, East Los Angeles, 197 - 315 - 2590 - 20 - 16
Dylan Lockwood, Victor Valley, 164 - 307 - 2555 - 18 - 14
Kyle Nelson, Shasta, 145 - 274 - 2494 - 22 - 14
Tanner Engstrand, Grossmont, 162 - 271 - 2492 - 22 - 10
Jamar Culver, Antelope Valley, 197 - 367 - 2346 - 15 - 15
Anthony Garrett, Monterey, 179 - 356 - 2330 - 19 - 15
David Leyva, Rainey River, 154 - 349 - 2320 - 26 - 17
Nick Fotia, Chaffey, 137 - 237 - 2273 - 20 - 7
Mark Hetherington, Fresno, 147 - 252 - 2265 - 29 – 6 

RUSHING, TEAM, TCB-YDS-TDS-AVG/GM

Draak Davis, Solano, 219 – 1846 – 21 - 184.6
Willie Bongo-Boloweti, Hartnell, 121 – 1045 – 14 - 174.2
John Bogarin, Chaffey, 237 – 1607 – 18 - 160.7
Andre Hall, G. Military, 219 – 1604 – 19 - 160.4
Earl Charles, Fresno, 241 – 1578 – 19 - 157.8
Cody Mack, Iowa Central, 252 – 1419 – 10 - 157.1
Alvin Marshall, Compton, 170 – 1347 – 14 - 149.7
Brandon Jacobs, Coffeyville, 243 – 1640 – 17 - 149.1
Gerard Jackson, Dodge City, 238 – 1301 – 6 - 144.6
William Shoulders, Butte, 229 – 1430 – 17 - 143.0
Cody Pratt, Grand Rapids, 291 – 1425 – 17 - 142.0
Willie Henry, Mesa, 130 – 1117 - 11 - 139.6
Martel Smith, Minn. West, 210 – 1253 – 14 - 139.2
Quinton Ganther, Citrus, 211 – 1239 – 14 - 137.7
Jermaine Whiten, Cerritos, 153 – 1170 - 8 - 130.0 

RECEIVING, SCHOOL, NO – YDS - TDS

Joe Irelan, Shasta, 67 – 1469 - 14
Nick Royer, Marin, 98 – 1432 - 15
Phil Goodman, Sacramento, 79 – 1271 -10
Kelvin Hayden, Joliet, 66 – 1176 - 12
Jamel Richardson, Victor Valley, 53 – 1036 - 7
Delino Hernandez, L.A.Pierce, 52 – 996 - 10
Tyrell Smith, Canyons, x – 1069 - 13
Alonzo Nix, Jones, 49 – 921 - 5
Willie Johnson, Fresno, 58 – 1015 - 14
Cleannard Santil, Ranger, 42 – 908 - 12
Jerome Wright, Antelope Val., 76 – 1008 - 5
Cedric Taggart, Rainey River, 39 – 902 - 11
Mike Nordyke, Mendocino, 60 – 777 - 5  

SCORING (Kicking), TEAM, PAT - ATT - FG - ATT - PTS

Jason Tompkins, Canyons, 67 - 68 – 8 – 16 - 91
Clinton Aryel-Ryan, San Bernardino, 30 – 31 – 17 – 21 - 81
Rhys Lloyd, Rochester, 53 – 54 – 8 – 0 – 77
Todd Watkins, Grossmont, 46 – 49 – 10 – 11 – 76
Ian Ur, Hancock, 24 – 24 – 16 – 21 – 72
Christian Thompsen, Moorpark, 43 – 44 – 9 – 13 - 70
James Scott, Fresno, 57 – 67 – 4 – 9 - 69
Matt Langford, S.J. Delta, 60 – 62 – 3 – 4 - 69
Ryan Fusco, Pima, 41 - 41 – 9 – 13 - 68
Greg Gunderson, Joliet, 39 – 45 – 9 - 0 - 66 

INTERCEPTIONS, TEAM, NO-YDS-TDS

Derrick Andrews, Santa Barbara, 10 – 167 - 2
Andreas Williams, Rainey River, 10 - x
Jonathan Lester, College of the Desert, 9 - 223
Kinte Haynes, Riverside, 9 - 85
Jovone Murphy, Southwestern, 9 - 46
Adrian Ward, Chabot, 8 – 172 - 1
Shaun Laird, Sequoias, 8 - 35
Jason Santiago, Pearl River, 8 - 75 

PUNTING, SCHOOL, NO. - AVG

Lucas Everett, Sierra, 31 - 45.0
Steve Wright, S.W. Miss., 56 - 43.5
Blake Kinart, Pima, 28 - 43.4
Lance Lane, Blinn, 55 - 43.1
Jake Hendy, Dixie, 31 - 42.9
Carlos Nunez, Antelope Valley, 55 - 42.4
Dominic Milano, Mt. San Antonio, 54 - 41.6
Danny Munster, Fresno, 38 - 41.2
Karl Halamicek, Victor Valley, 37 - 41.1
Clay Crisp, Georgia Military, 39 - 40.1 

TEAM STATISTICS

RUSHING

TEAM OFF  TEAM DEF
N.M. Military 358.7 Reedley 36.0
Ariz. Western 320.0 Jones 42.2
Coffeyville 299.4 Joliet 50.0
Sierra 265.7 Holmes 62.1
Pasadena 259.9 San Fran 62.6

PASSING

TEAM OFF TEAM DEF
Marin  369.5  Erie  74.6
Canyons  335.5  N.E. Miss  82.5
Sacramento  330.0  Dodge City  93.3
Grossmont  312.2  Butler County  98.3
Snow  302.0  Holmes  99.

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