Posted On: 09/16/20 3:03 PM

The Iowa High School season is underway and a majority of teams are three weeks in, whereas some teams have had to take a week or two off because of COVID-19 concerns. I am taking a look at the statistics provided by ia.varsitybound.com and watched film on the highest producing underclassman signal callers, running backs, and receivers and broken them down. Here are the QB’s that have impressed so far this season:

 

Sophomore QB, Tyler Smith, Sergeant Bluff-Luton High School - 5’9, 175 lbs. 

Stat line: 617 passing yards, 5:2 TD/INT Ratio, 68.6% completion percentage, 142.6 passer rating, 15 rushing attempts, 75 rushing yards, 1 rushing TD, 5 yards per carry

Breakdown: For most of the early part of this season Sergeant Bluff-Luton’s offense has been firing on all cylinders. That all starts with the signal-caller Tyler Smith. Only a sophomore starting QB, Smith is a smart QB proven by his low TD to INT ratio and knows where to go with the football. Smith has good pocket presence knowing when to step up, move side-to-side, or get out of the pocket because of pressure and this is developing as well. He’s athletic in the sense that he can escape

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