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Vote: Who has been the best junior quarterback in Maryland so far in 2023?

We’ve plucked out 10 junior quarterbacks in Maryland that have stood out this season.

We are just past the mid-point part of the high school football season here in the Old Line State and there’s no shortage of upperclassmen performing at a high level. It’s no surprise that juniors are showing out in Maryland as that’s been the case in the past many times over. This list of upperclassmen features some of the top signal callers we’ve seen or have been on the rise in Maryland. Take a look at our list and vote for who you feel has been the top performing junior quarterback in Maryland.

Voting closes on October 31st, 11:59pm 

Here are the nominations:

Nicholas Cyrus, City College: Cyrus has been one of Maryland’s top passers throughout the season, completing 108-of-143 passes for 1,844 yards and 20 touchdowns to just four interceptions. 

Malik Washington, Archbishop Spalding: The Archbishop Spalding signal caller has played superb so far, throwing for 1,181 yards, 14 touchdowns and six interceptions. 

Patience Richmond, Elkton: Richmond has shown he’s one of the state’s top junior passers as he’s completed 70-of-137 passes for 1,242 yards, 14 touchdowns and five interceptions. 

Patrick Sullivan, Bel Air: Bel Air’s quarterback is averaging 234.4 yards per game and has played as good as anyone. Sullivan has thrown for 1,172 yards and nine touchdowns through five games. 

David Davis, Northwest: Davis has been one of the more efficient quarterbacks in the state, with 10 touchdowns and just two interceptions. The Northwest starter has completed 63-of-111 passes for 1,144 yards through six contests. 

Darius Burley, North County: Through five games this season, Burley has been a consistent for North County. The signal caller has completed 41-of-67 passes for 777 yards and nine touchdowns. 

Bobby Burke, Hereford: Not many quarterbacks can boast the kinda state line Burke has had this season. Burke has completed 52-of-65 passes (80 percent) for 848 yards, 15 touchdowns and zero interceptions. 

Ahmir Lowery, Arundel: Lowery is an another quarterback on this list that has been very careful with the football and producing. The junior has thrown for 1,044 yards, 10 touchdowns and just one interception. 

Evan Blouir, Patuxent: Blouir has completed 67 percent of his passes this season (63-of-93) and thrown for 1,087 yards, 11 touchdowns and a mere interception. 

Nicky Holloway, Rockville: Rockville starting signal caller continues to impress every week, with Holloway completing 61-of-105 passes for 1,039 yards and nine touchdowns to five interceptions. 

-- Andy Villamarzo | | @sblivefl