Posted On: 09/10/20 11:41 AM

A good quarterback obviously goes a long way in the game of football. As the general of the team, timing, decision making, being able to make tough plays and communication with your teammates is imperative. Let’s take a look at which returning quarterbacks lit up the box score last season.

Devin KargmanDevinKargman6'2" | QBWoodrow Wilson | 2022StateNJ, Woodrow Wilson, Jr. – Kargman put up some incredible numbers in his sophomore season with Woodrow Wilson. He finished 257 of 371 for a 75 percent completion percentage. Kargman totaled 3,750 yards with 44 touchdowns and just nine interceptions. He added another three TDs on the ground. Kargman was extremely efficient in the season opener against Camden Catholic, finishing 17 of 22 for 339 yards and six passing TDs. He threw five TDs in victories over Camden and Shawnee, and his season-high in yardage came against Holmdel (449). Kargman has generated college offers from programs such as Buffalo, FIU, Maryland, Massachusetts, Rutgers, Temple, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt and West Virginia, per 247Sports.

Andrew ButlerAndrewButler6'4" | QBDePaul Catholic | 2021StateNJ, DePaul, Sr. – Butler has a good frame at 6-foot-4, 210 pounds. In his junior year, the 3-star, pro-style quarterback completed 185 of 287 passes for a 64 percent completion percentage.

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