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Burney’s top 10 QBs in Farmington Hills Harrison football history

By: Scott Burnstein, November 11, 2018, 1:10 pm

1 Mill Coleman (Class of 1990) — One of the all-time MHSAA greats, could do it all and did it with flair and ferocity.   

2 Drew Stanton (Class of 2002) — Perfection in the pocket as a prepster, has been in the NFL for over a dozen years.

3 Jevon Shaw (Class of 2015) — The definition of a dynamic dual threat under center.

4 Dave Pesci (Class of 1999) — Most underrated Harrison field general ever.

5 Craig Saccha (Class of 2008) — Gunslinger. … ’NUFF SAID!!

6 Tommy Vento (Class of 2011) — Only started one season, but was unadulterated MAGIC in every way, shape and form, the engine of what will be the storied program’s last state-title team (2010).

7 Vince Enright (Class of 1985) — The program’s first true star at the position.

8 Kevin Bambenek (Class of 1997) — Baller and shot caller in the clutch.

9 Clay Richeson (Class of 2005) — A wealth of riches with the rock in slingshot mode.

10 Jared Hopkins (Class of 1998) — Just a winner and fierce competitor.