Elite 11 Quarterback Tracker

Blake Bell has led Bishop Carroll to a 4-0 record. Tom Hauck

How are the nation's top quarterbacks progressing? Each week, ESPN RISE will track the performances of the 12 QBs who attended the 2009 Elite 11 quarterback event.

(Results based on games through Sept. 26)

Blake Bell
Bishop Carroll (Wichita, Kan.)
Bell continues to be a key factor for Bishop Carroll (4-0). All he did last week was account for another five scores, two through the air and three on the ground. The future Sooner was 12-of-15 passing for 226 yards.
Next Game: Oct. 2 at Wichita East (Wichita, Kan.)
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Joe Boisture
Saline (Saline, Mich.)
Michigan State
Looking to bounce back after two tough weeks, everything was going well for Boisture until an injury forced him out of the game after a long TD pass gave Saline a lead it wouldn't hold. Boisture was 10-of-19 for 172 yards.
Next Game: Oct. 2 at Huron (Ann Arbor, Mich.)

Robert Bolden
St. Mary's (Orchard Lake, Mich.)
Penn State
It was a quiet game stats-wise for the Penn State-bound QB, who completed 10-of-13 passes for 118 yards. But all's well that ends well for St. Mary's, which won its second game in a row after opening the season 0-2.
Next Game: Oct. 4 at Detroit Catholic Central (Novi, Mich.)

Tyler Bray
Kingsburg (Kingsburg, Calif.)
Bray's statistics continue to improve each week, and Kingsburg (3-0) continues to win. The University of Tennessee commit threw for 261 yards and four touchdowns in a 35-13 victory over Corcoran (Corcoran, Calif.).
Next Game: Oct. 2 vs. Immanuel (Reedley, Calif.)
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Barry Brunetti
Memphis University School (Memphis, Tenn.)
West Virginia
Another week, another stellar performance for Brunetti, who through six games has not been picked off. He passed for 195 yards and four TDs and rushed for 91 yards and a score as Memphis University extended its win streak to 19.
Next Game: Oct. 2 vs. White Station (Memphis, Tenn.)
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Devin Gardner
Inkster (Inkster, Mich.)
In a game his coach described as a must-win, Devin Gardner was pressured all day but helped lead the team to a victory. The Michigan commit ran for a score from 17 yards and threw for 127 yards and two TDs.
Next Game: Oct. 2 at Central (Bay City, Mich.)
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Jake Heaps
Skyline (Sammamish, Wash.)
A week after suffering the first loss of his high school career, Heaps bounced back in a big way, throwing for 272 yards and five touchdowns on 17-of-22 passing in a 55-6 rout of Newport (Bellevue, Wash.).
Next Game: Oct. 2 vs Garfield (Seattle, Wash.)

Austin Hinder
Steamboat Springs (Steamboat Springs, Colo.)
Hinder had a light night in a 42-12 win over Eagle Valley (Gypsum, Colo.), going 9-of-16 passing for 109 yards and three TDs and also rushing for a score in one half of play.
Next Game: Oct. 2 vs. Palisade (Palisade, Colo.)
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Nick Montana
Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, Calif.)
Montana and Oaks Christian did not have a game last week.
Next Game: Oct. 2 at Venice (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Jesse Scroggins
Lakewood (Lakewood, Calif.)
The USC commit didn't play in the second half of a 51-0 victory over Verbum Dei (Los Angeles, Calif.). In his half of play, Scroggins completed 8-of-14 passes for 106 yards and four touchdowns.
Next Game: Oct. 2 at Compton (Compton, Calif.)
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Phillip Sims
Oscar Smith (Chesapeake, Va.)
Sims and the offense were held in check by Grassfield (Chesapeake, Va.). Having to overcome two interceptions of Sims, the defense came up with enough plays to make the QB's lone touchdown pass count in a 7-3 victory.

Next Game: Oct. 2 vs. Hickory (Chesapeake, Va.)
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Chandler Whitmer
Downers Grove South (Downers Grove, Ill.)
Things continue to get better for Downers Grove South, which has won three in a row. The future Illinois QB went 12-of-24 for 163 yards and two TDs in a 37-0 win over Willowbrook (Villa Park, Ill.).
Next Game: Oct. 2 vs. Proviso East (Maywood, Ill.)