STATE CHAMPS! SCOUT TEAM: Burney’s five for fighting — late MHSAA QB power rankings for 2019
Five For Fighting — Late 2019 MHSAA QB Power Rankings
1 Zach Trainor (Walled Lake Western Jr.) — The best pure passer in the state, surgical in the pocket, the picture of a GUNSLINGER. Tape don’t lie: 3,845 yards, 44 touchdowns (vs. only four picks), 75 percent completion percentage.
2 Cam Martinez (Muskegon Sr.) — The top playmaker in the state regardless of position, a human joy stick who is a lit fuse on every snap.
3 Dante “D.J.” Moore (Detroit King Fr.) — The No. 1 underclassman in the state, definition of Diaper Dandy, dripping with finesse aka the REAL DEAL HOLYFIELD under center — a.k.a. has lived up to the hype in every way possible.
4 Brendan Sullivan (Davison Jr.) — A smooth operator dropping dimes, taking no prisoners in picking apart secondaries far and wide.
5 Christian Dhue-Reid (Belleville Jr.) — Just so darn good, his arm is a thunderbolt and he has big-play capability written all over him.
— SCOTT M. BURNSTEIN