Posted On: 04/7/21 3:04 PM

Another week is in the books, and it’s another week where some QB’s put up some solid performances across the state. Not all of them were able to get the W for their team, but they definitely put on a show which deserves to draw some attention their way. Take a look at the top 5 QB’s of the week:

Brian Mannion Brian Mannion 6'3" | QB Mountainside | 2022 State OR , 6’2″ 190lbs, Mountainside HS ’22

Mannion threw for 331 yards and 4 TD’s, but was unable to squeak out the W as Newberg beat Mountainside 34-28. Mannion has made a big jump and has been exciting to watch throughout the year. He has a strong arm and uses good velocity when he decides to rip it. He did a good job using his eyes to freeze safety’s and and look them off to deliver throws with accuracy and placement. He has good timing with his receivers and also has a good self clock of sensing pressure and knowing when to get rid of the football. He dropped a dime on a vert with excellent touch and placement for a 99 yard TD.

Tanner Volk Tanner Volk 6'1" | WR Aloha | 2021 State OR , 6’1″ 180lbs, Aloha HS ’21

Volk threw for 287 yards and 3 TD’s, while adding another 31 yards on the ground with a TD, giving him a 4 TD game. He’s one of the best all-around athlete’s on the field, as he can be a threat at literally any position he lines up at, giving him dangerous position versatility. At QB, he showed a nice pre-snap read and did a great job of getting he ball out quick when he needed to. Good speed as a ball carrier and a constant big play threat. He’s committed to Central Washington, and could be a big time player for them in the near future.

Hunter Gonzales, 6’1″ 170lbs, Grants Pass HS ’21

Gonzales is a new name to hear, as he had a big time game on the 49-24 win over Eagle Point. Gonzales torched Eagle Point with 330 yards and 5 TD’s through the air to turn some heads his way. There is no current film for Gonzales, but with a monster stat line like that, he should draw some attention his way.

Blake DeBisschop Blake DeBisschop 6'3" | QB West Linn | 2021 State OR , 6’4″ 185lbs, West Linn HS ’21

DeBisschop threw for 250 yards and 3 TD’s to beat their rival Oregon City 40-13. DeBisschop is a big time talent that remains uncommitted, and will be a steal wherever he lands at this point. He showed a good demeanor in the pocket with anticipation for developing routes. He did a good job going through progression, and evaded pressure well to either keep his eyes downfield to deliver a throw or pick up chunks of yards on his feet. One of his best throws came on about a 40 yard vert where he threw a rope with excellent placement to put West Linn around the 5 yard line. He has a smooth and quick release with a high ceiling going forward.

Brogan Biggerstaff, 6’0″ 160lbs, Pendleton HS ’21

Biggerstaff was clutch fr Pendleton as he threw for 297 yards and 4 TD’s to help them secure the win over Baker 49-26. He stepped up big and was able to deliver a big time performance. He also does not have any notable film, but his performance solely makes him deserving to be on the top QB list of the week.