Posted On: 04/30/21 8:47 PM

The top quarterbacks in the Suburban Conference Green Pool this spring were an interesting mix of experience – two seniors and three juniors – and skills.

Here’s a quick look at top five quarterbacks, by passing yardage, in the Suburban Conference Green Pool this spring.

Micheal Hopkins, QB, 5-11, 188, McCluer, Class of 2022

Hopkins completed 56.3 percent of his passes for 1,114 yards, with nine touchdowns against just one interception. He added 199 yards and four touchdowns on 23 rushing attempts.

Hopkins, who led McCluer to a 3-2 record, will be an intriguing quarterback to watch this fall.

Logan Williams, QB, 6-3, 225, Pattonville, Class of 2021

Williams proved himself as a dangerous dual-threat quarterback for Pattonville (4-1) this spring. He completed 61.2 percent of his passes for 752 yards and eight touchdowns and also ran for 350 yards and seven scores.

As a junior, Williams completed 57 percent of his passes for 890 yards, with six touchdowns and five interceptions, and ran for 249 yards and four scores.

Williams committed to Iowa Central in late January.

Bryson Brown Bryson Brown 6'4" | QB Hazelwood Central High School | 2022 MO , QB, 6-4, 170, Hazelwood Central,

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