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Running QBs, mud and more in the 2015 high school football season

Running QBs, mud and more in the 2015 high school football season

Trends to watch, questions to answer, story lines to follow as the 2015 high school football season begins: Dual-threat quarterbacks Southern California coaches have become believers in quarterbacks who can run and pass. The quarterbacks are being asked to read defenses before and after the center snap and take advantage. It’s a talent every school wants. Among the quarterbacks who strike fear in defenses because of their running and passing skills are Victor Viramontes of Norco, Devon Modster of Tesoro, Khalil Tate of Gardena Serra, Anthony Catalano of Corona Centennial, Max Gilliam of Thousand Oaks, Matt Fink of Glendora and Armani Rogers of Los Angeles Hamilton. ...

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