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OldSchoolLion

The 16 Best FL HS QB's of the Past 50 Years

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They went to the following high schools.  Name who went to each and where they went to college, if you know. 

Bishop Kenny-John Wolford/Wake Forest, C/O 2013

Fort Walton Beach-Danny Wuerffel/Florida, C/O 1991

Lakeland-Wayne Peace/Florida, C/O 1980

Leon-Jimmy Jordan/FSU, C/O 1975 

Manatee-Tommie Frazier/Nebraska, C/O 1991

Merritt Island-Jeff Wickersham/LSU, C/O 1981

Miramar-Geno Smith/West Virginia, C/O 2008

Nease-Tim Tebow/Florida, C/O 2005

Northwestern-Teddy Bridgewater/Louisville, C/O 2011 (Jacory Harris was very good, too)

Pahokee-Anquan Boldin/FSU, C/O 1998

Plant-Aaron Murray/Georgia, C/O 2008 (Robert Marve was very good, too) 

Tampa Catholic-Kenny Kelly/Miami, C/O 1996

Titusville-Chris Collinsworth/UF, C/O 1976

Trinity Catholic-John Brantley/Florida, C/O 2006

Vanguard-Daunte Culpepper/UCF, C/O 1994

Westminster Academy-Danny Kanell/FSU, C/O 1991

 

 

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If you're talking HS football tell me how from a statistical standpoint and results on the field at the HS level Tommie Frazier is better than Cord Sandberg?

Cord was a 3 year starter, Tommie was a 2 year starter

Cord's record in the playoff was 9-2  wining a state title in 2011  , Tommie's was 2-2 - Tommie never won a state title and in 91 didn't even make it past the 1st round of the playoffs

Cord's regular and playoff season record was 40-5 .889, Tommie's regular season and playoff record was  21-3 .875 

Cord is listed for the state of Florida as one of the all time leaders for passing TD's as well as Passing yardage, Cord's career passing completion percentage was over 70%.........Tommie is not listed on any of those list

Tommie never rushed for more than 1000 yards in either 90 or 91

Again if we're talking HS career Cord beats Tommie hands down

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Where is Craig Erickson - Cardinal Newman C/O 87, national championship winner with Miami (as a backup during 87 season) and again as starting QB during the 89 season. Won the Johnny Unitas Award. Drafted by Eagles and then Tampa. Had maybe 2 good seasons with Bucs and then Bucs drafted Trent Dilfer to replace him. 

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On 7/30/2019 at 8:05 PM, OldSchoolLion said:

They went to the following high schools.  Name who went to each and where they went to college, if you know. 

Bishop Kenny-John Wolford/Wake Forest, C/O 2013

Fort Walton Beach-Danny Wuerffel/Florida, C/O 1991

Lakeland-Wayne Peace/Florida, C/O 1980

Leon-Jimmy Jordan/FSU, C/O 1975 

Manatee-Tommie Frazier/Nebraska, C/O 1991

Merritt Island-Jeff Wickersham/LSU, C/O 1981

Miramar-Geno Smith/West Virginia, C/O 2008

Nease-Tim Tebow/Florida, C/O 2005

Northwestern-Teddy Bridgewater/Louisville, C/O 2011 (Jacory Harris was very good, too)

Pahokee-Anquan Boldin/FSU, C/O 1998

Plant-Aaron Murray/Georgia, C/O 2008 (Robert Marve was very good, too) 

Tampa Catholic-Kenny Kelly/Miami, C/O 1996

Titusville-Chris Collinsworth/UF, C/O 1976

Trinity Catholic-John Brantley/Florida, C/O 2006

Vanguard-Daunte Culpepper/UCF, C/O 1994

Westminster Academy-Danny Kanell/FSU, C/O 1991

 

 

WHAT, no Peter Tom Willis at FSU? Valdosta beat him and Tallahassee Leon, 28-3 at Doak Campbell! And the Jawja All Stars beat Anquan Boldin 27-3 in the Georgia Dome!

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