How are the nations top quarterbacks progressing? Each week, ESPN RISE will track the performances of the 12 QBs who attended the 2009 Elite 11 quarterback event.
(Results based on games through Sept. 6)
Bishop Carroll (Wichita, Kan.)
The Sooner commit did a little of everything in leading Bishop Carroll to a 28-0 win Wichita Heights (Wichita, Kan.). Bell was a little overshadowed by his school's first shutout in two years but still went 22-of-34 for 191 yards and a score while also running for two touchdowns.
Next game: Sept. 11 vs. Northwest (Wichita, Kan.)
Memphis University (Memphis, Tenn.)
College: West Virginia
Brunetti was able to lead the Owls to a road win at South Panola (Batesville, Miss.), handing the Tigers their first home loss since 2001. Brunetti struggled to get his rhythm against a very tough defense, completing just 10-of-32 attempts. But two of his completions did go for touchdowns, helping his team leap into the ESPN RISE FAB 50 with a 21-19 victory.
Next game: Sept. 11 vs. Overton (Nashville, Tenn.)
St. Mary's (Orchard Lake, Mich.)
College: Penn State
Highland Park (Highland Park, Mich.) did a great job of containing Bolden in an upset win. Bolden's only touchdown gave his team an early fourth-quarter lead, but in the end it was not enough in a 20-13 loss. Bolden completed 6-of 16 attempts for 100 yards and an interception. He'll have a week off before a big match-up against De La Salle (Concord, Calif.).
Next game: Sept. 19 vs. De La Salle (Concord, Calif.)
Saline (Saline, Mich.)
College: Michigan State
Boisture is off to a hot start and has Saline at 2-0 after a 25-22, double-overtime victory over Adrian (Adrian, Mich.). The future Spartan came up big while leading Saline on a late drive that tied the game and sent it into overtime. Boisture was 21-of-30 for 194 yards with a touchdown and an interception. He also running for a score.
Next Game: Sept. 11 at Pioneer (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
Kingsburg (Kingsburg, Calif.)
Yet to play this season, Bray did make some noise this weekend when he took his official visit to Tennessee and committed to the Vols on Tuesday.
First Game: Sept. 11 at Dos Palos (Dos Palos, Calif.)
Inkster (Inkster, Mich.)
Gardner set a single-game personal high with 389 passing yards, but wasn't enough as the Vikings fell to East Kentwood (Kentwood, Mich.), 52-33. Gardner accounted for all five of Inkster's scores in the loss; three through the air and two on the ground.
Next game: Sept. 18 at St. Edward (Cleveland Ohio)
Skyline (Sammamish, Wash.)
Heaps was his solid usual self in Skyline's 17-0 opening win over Oregon-power Jesuit (Portland, Ore.), throwing for two touchdowns and 152 yards.
Next Game: Sept 11 at Ballard (Seattle, Wash.)
Steamboat Springs (Steamboat Springs, Colo.)
Idle this past weekend.
Next game: Sept. 11 at Delta (Delta, Colo.)
Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, Calif.)
Montana led FAB 50 No. 6 Oaks Christian to a 28-17 opening win over Alemany (Mission Hills, Calif.). The Washington recruit struggled a bit through the air, completing only 12-of-28 pass attempts for 152 yards. Next up is Muir (Pasadena, Calif.), where he will look to get on track before a big matchup against fellow Elite 11 QB Jake Heaps.
Next Game: Sept. 11 vs. Muir (Pasadena, Calif.)
Lakewood (Lakewood, Calif.)
In a one-point loss to Crenshaw (Los Angeles, Calif.), Scroggins threw for 201 yards and three TDs. Scroggins nearly led Lakewood back in the final minutes but was unable to convert a crucial fourth down from 25 yards out.
Next Game: Sept. 11 vs. Palos Verdes (Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.)
Oscar Smith (Chesapeake, Va.)
Idle this past weekend.
Next game: Sept. 11 at Indian River (Chesapeake, Va.)
Downers Grove South (Downers Grove, Ill.)
Whitmer had a solid outing, but the Mustangs fell short against Glenbard West (Glen Ellyn, Ill.), 27-14. Whitmer hit 18-of-27 passes for 190 yards and a touchdown in the loss.
Next game: Sept 11. at Leyden (Northlake, Ill.)