InstantScouting 2018 Elite Class: D2 – Quarterbacks

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By: Daniel Krywaruczenko @Fball_Analytics, September 10, 2018

Headlining the InstantScouting 2018 Elite Class: D2 – Quarterbacks is Senior Brook Bolles of University of Central Missouri.

Bolles led the country in total offense averaging 360.2 yards per game and his 4,322 for the season are second most in UCM history. Finished the year with 3,766 passing yards, third most in a single-season in Mules history and second most in the country while setting a new Mules record for rushing yards by a quarterback with 556 yards. He also threw for 23 touchdown passes and scored nine more times on the ground for 32 total touchdowns responsible for. The senior was a Harlon Hill Trophy finalist as the top-player in Division II and selected as a D2Football.com and Don Hansen All-American Honorable Mention and was First Team All-MIAA.

Position, Name, Class, School, Hometown, Ht & Wt

QB Amir Hall, Senior, Bowie State, Bowie, MD, 6’4″ 180

Amir Hall-1st Team All-CIAA selection at Bowie State was a top 10 Harlon Hill finalist, and set a single-game record of 433 passing yards, while throwing for a total of 3519 yards.

QB Barrett Renner, Senior, Southern Ark., Rowlett, TX, 6’3″ 206

Barrett Renner-All-GAC 1st Team selection at Southern Arkansas passed on average for over 300 total yards (passing and rushing) per game as a junior.

QB Harry Satterwhite, Senior, West Alabama, Mobile, AL, 6’1″ 182

Harry Satterwhite-As a junior, was a Harlon Hill Finalist and earned ASWA small college athlete of the year as he threw for over 3400 yards with 26 touchdowns thrown and only 8 interceptions.

QB Brook Bolles, Senior, Central MO., Lincoln, NE, 6’3″ 190

Brook Bolles-Led the country in total offense at 360 yards per game earning, 1st Team All-MIAA and Don Hansen honorable mention All-American.

QB Eystin Salum, Senior, Col.-Mesa, Denver, CO, 6’1″ 185

Eystin Salum-Denver native earned RMAC Offensive Player of the Year by producing over 3300 yards of total offense.

QB Reilly Hennessey, Senior, Central Washington, Camas, WA, 6’3″ 200

Reilly Hennessey-transfer from EWU earned GNAC Newcomer of the Year, while throwing for 2551 yards and 28 touchdowns.

QB Layton Rabb, Senior, Midwestern State, Llano, TX, 6’5″ 225

Layton Rabb-3-time LSC player of the week earned 2nd team all-conference honors as he threw for 3105 yards with 31 touchdowns and 5 interceptions.

QB Jacob Mezera, Senior, Fort Hays State, Orange Park, FL, 6’5″ 205

Jacob Mezera-All-MIAA Second Team selection at Fort Hays State University who broke his own single season with a 65.7% rate.

QB Bart Williams, Senior, Grand Valley State, Grand Blanc, MI, 6’6″ 225

Bart Williams-Junior QB at Grand Valley State University earned 2nd team honors in the GLIAC as he threw for over 2300 yards and 26 touchdowns.

QB Jake Sullivan, Senior, South Dakota Mines, Rapid City, S.D., 6’0″ 184

Jake Sullivan-Team captain of the South Dakota School of Mines earned 2nd Team All-RMAC as he threw for almost 2400 yards.

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