October 26, 2006

Lee could move East

It is seldom that a college team hits the jackpot twice in the matter of a few months. The recent transfer of former Arizona State starting quarterback, Sam Keller, to the University of Nebraska was a major step forward for next year's battle at the QB position. Quarterback Zach Lee from the City College of San Francisco is open on his choices, but he could end up at Nebraska.

City College of San Francisco is fortunate to have one of the more accurate quarterbacks that anyone could find. Zach Lee, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound pro-style quarterback, will throw a few interceptions this season, but out of 183 attempts in 2006, his stat sheet shows only three interceptions through six games.

Lee has completed 117 of those 183 attempts for a 63.9 percent completion ratio. Through the first six games, he has 23 touchdowns (four rushing) to go along with 1,907 passing yards or an average of 318 yards per game. His top three receivers have caught 20 or more. CCSF has averaged almost 38 points per game so far this season.

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