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Top QB's in North-Eastern Kentucky


Ram

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What QB's will be the most productive in NEK? Some of the front runners:

 

Lance Evans - It looks like Lance has a new team. Lance has left Boyd County and will more then likely take over the QB spot at Russell. Russell a traditional run first team may be looking to throw the ball a little more this year with Lance taking snaps. Lance threw for 1100 yards last season at Boyd County which ended the season with a record of 5-6.

 

Adam Elkins - Adam became the starter last season as a sophomore at Raceland and threw for 1400 yards. With a year experience, Adam is expected to build on last season and have a great junior season.

 

Aaron Elam - After backing up a 2000 yard passer, Aaron will probably get his chance to show what he can do. After watching him in Jr High, freshen, and JV, most expect him to move into the starting roll and make an immediate impact.

 

Thoughts? Who else in the area could have a great season?

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Ram, has the area gone to the spread/throw it around offense like many areas have?

Many teams in the area are 60/40 to 40/60 pass/run. Most teams in the area throw it around a bit. Russell is the last team to open it up some, and it looks like this may be the year they do that.

 

But, there aren't any of the 90/10 teams in the area, if that is what you're asking.

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Many teams in the area are 60/40 to 40/60 pass/run. Most teams in the area throw it around a bit. Russell is the last team to open it up some, and it looks like this may be the year they do that.

 

But, there aren't any of the 90/10 teams in the area, if that is what you're asking.

 

Not necessarily that high. Just curious to see it was a "ground it pound it" area.

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