FOUR & MORE: Best Inland Area QBs
PREP FOOTBALL 2015
BEST INLAND AREA QUARTERBACKS
1. Hank Bachmeier, Soph., Murrieta Valley — Catapulted to the top of everybody’s list after throwing for 36 TDs and 2,800 yards in his first year. The limit for this 6-foot-2 (and growing) right-hander is unknown, but expect him to draw nationwide recruiting attention as early as this season.
2. Armando Herrera, Sr., Redlands East Valley — Battled through some injuries and had a less-than-satisfactory junior season after leading the Wildcats to a state title as a sophomore. Still on pace for career totals of more than 10,000 passing yards and 100 TDs.
3. Jayden Daniels, Soph., San Bernardino Cajon — Surprises are always fun, and the Cowboys’ choice to go with a free-wheeling freshman really paid off with 35 passing TDs and a CIF-Southern Section semifinals appearance.
4. Chance Nolan, Jr., Menifee Paloma Valley — Strong-armed righty pushes the ball down the field (14 yards per completion) while maintaining good accuracy (64 percent). Now looking for more than a first-round playoff exit.
E.J. Stewart, Sr., MoVal Rancho Verde — Developed pocket presence last year, passed for 3,000-plus yards.
Tanner McKee, Jr., Corona Centennial — Heir apparent for two years but does that mean he’s ready for job?
Brandon Porter, Sr., Hesperia Oak Hills — Blossomed to lead the Bulldogs to Eastern Division title game.
Karson Greeley, Sr., Vista Murrieta — Transferred in a took charge off an offense lacking leaders.
Roman Aguirre, Sr., Riverside La Sierra
Mossy Bell, Sr., Apple Valley
Isaiah Bolding, Sr., San Jacinto
Warren Bryan, Jr., La Verne Damien
McGwire Bustamante, Jr., Temecula Great Oak
Niles Harrell, Sr., Riverside Notre Dame
Kaleb Hayes, Sr., San Bernardino San Gorgonio
Bradley Kleven, Sr., Riverside King
Nathan Martinez, Sr., Yucaipa
Jimmy Schroeder, Sr., Lake Arrowhead Rim of the World