Way-Too-Early Top Division III Qbs
Mount Union quarterback Braxton Plunk
ATLANTA, GA-- Quarterback and center are the only two positions in football that will touch the ball on every offensive snap during a football game. Yet, the latter is considered the most important and is why scouting departments will search both near and far to find a promising prospect. Division III college football and its 224 football-playing schools are the most extensive college football division.
However, with limited publicity and obscure campuses, the division is difficult to scout. But quarterback is a position of such premium value every effort is made to find a franchise QB. With that knowledge, here are a few Division III quarterback prospects who may be on a UFL, CFL, or XFL roster next spring or at some point during the future.
|1. Braxton Plunk, Mt. Union, Sr.||(6'0" 180lb.) COMP 70.7%, 4,488 YDS, 43 TD, 10 INT|
|2. Tucker Horn, Trinity (TX), Sr.||(6'0" 180lb.) COMP 68.1%, 2,473 YDS, 33 TD, 3 INT|
|3. Spencer Fetter, Trinity (CT), Sr.||(6'3" 195lb.) COMP 72.9%, 2,518 YDS, 26 TD, 6 INT|
|4. Sean Borgerding, Wis.-Stout, Sr.||(6'2" 200lb.) COMP 62.5%, 2,881 YDS, 29 TD, 8 INT|
|5. Liam Thompson, Wabash, Jr.||(6'1" 198lb.) COMP 59.1%, 2,956 YDS, 28 TD, 9 INT|
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