Posted On: 09/15/20 4:07 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, Jamison PattonJamisonPatton6'1" | QBRoosevelt | 2023IA, Des Moines Roosevelt High School - 6’1, 195 lbs.

Stat line367 passing yards, 62 rushing yards, 2:2 TD/INT Ratio, 3 rushing TD’s, 52.5% completion percentage, 104.7 passer rating

Breakdown: Though Roosevelt wasn’t able to play this past week due to COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions, Patton is still in the top 10 in passing yards through only two games. Patton is fluid mover in the pocket and feels pressure well in order to allude the defense. He shows a good throwing motion that has good touch and timing on his throws. Patton also plays defense for the Roughriders showing his importance to his team. If he can sharpen up his efficiency Patton will be a signal caller to watch in the class of

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