(8-17-17) MaxPreps has named Kenton’s Maty Mauk as one of the Top 10 Quarterbacks of the Last Decade (2007-2016). Mauk joins an elite group of QB’s over a 10 year period from around the entire country.
In 2011, as a senior, Mauk led Kenton to an undefeated Western Buckeye League title and the state championship game where the Wildcats lost to Norwayne. He was named Ohio’s Mr. Football and was named an All-American by Sports Illustrated and Parade Magazine.
Mauk holds national high school career records for passing completions (1,353), passing attempts (2,110), passing yards (18,932), and total yards (22,681). Mauk held the passing touchdowns record with 219 but was passed by another Top 10 QB Jake Browning of Folsom, California in 2014 with 229.
Counting down the best high school QBs of the last decade. Have a different opinion?
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— MaxPreps (@MaxPreps) August 17, 2017
- Johnny Manziel – Tivy (Tx)
- Austin Kafentzis – Jordan (Utah)
- Will Grier – Davidson Day (NC)
- Deshaun Watson – Gainesville (Ga)
- Matt Barkley – Mater Dei (Calif)
- Maty Mauk – Kenton (Oh)
- Garrett Gilbert – Lake Travis (Tx)
- Jake Browning – Folsom (Ca)
- Tate Martell – Bishop Gorman (Nv)
- Kyler Muuray – Allen (Tx)
Two quarterbacks who didn’t make the list include Terrelle Pryor (Jeannette, Pa) and Andrew Luck (Houston (TX) Stratford).