By Brad Locke
OXFORD • Playing quarterback didn't come naturally to Randy Anderson, but you wouldn't know it now.Two years ago he was a glorified running back. Entering his senior season for Lafayette, Anderson is much more than that.
Last fall he completed 56.9% of his passes for 1,319 yards and nine touchdowns, and he threw zero interceptions in 137 pass attempts. In 2017 he completed just 37.7% of his throws. Anderson credits quarterbacks coach Stewart Summers with making him a better passer. "He had me doing drills that I'd never done before," Anderson said. "They helped me with my motion, footwork, and my release and timing."
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By Cal Brown
The Brandon Bulldogs are typically known as a consistent high school football program in the state. This year, they will also have one of the top quarterbacks. On July 1, Will Rogers was named as the fifth member of the SES Mississippi Elite 10, marking the halfway point of this year's edition. "It is a huge and tremendous honor," Rogers said. "Being named one of the top 10 players in the state is truly amazing."
In 2018, Rogers had a QBR of 96.5, throwing for over 3,000 yards with 23 touchdowns, along with four touchdowns on the ground. For his career total, Rogers has 5,485 yards through the air with 41 touchdowns, and his senior season has yet to kick off.
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By Blake Toppmeyer
KNOXVILLE – A junior college prospect who had been committed to Tennessee since November Defensive end Jordan Davis committed to Alabama once again but decommitted in November before pledging to the Vols. Now he's pivoting to another SEC school.
Davis, a 2020 prospect from Copiah-Lincoln Community College, flipped his commitment to Mississippi State. He's rated a four-star prospect by 247Sports and the nation's No. 1 overall juco prospect.
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