Posted On: 09/19/20 7:56 PM

Week Three of the Kansas High School Football Season saw some big offensive numbers amassed by Eight-Man players.

Here is a scouting report and summary of some of the best offensive performances from Week Three.

QB, Deven McEwen, Lebo – McEwen, a senior quarterback, guided the Lebo Wolves to a 52-6 victory over Waverley. He threw for 229 yards and five touchdowns. Lebo is now 3-0 and at 6’3” McEwen has the height and the arm to play quarterback in college. He has thrown for 11 total touchdowns in three games.

QB, Garrett Maltbie, Canton Galva – Maltbie, arguably is the best dual-threat quarterback in eight-man football. He rushed for 207 yards and threw for 186 yards in the Eagles 48-0 win over Washington County. Maltbie found the end zone three times on the ground. The Canton-Galva senior could end up being one of the most widely recruited Kansas Eight-Man Athletes.

WR, Garrett Robison, Burlingame – Robison has three touchdown catches in Burlingame’s 54-6 win over Hartford. He finished with 129 yards receiving in the Bearcats’ second win of the season. Robison could be an impact player at the JUCO level, but he also is a solid basketball prospect. Robison

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