Stats: Offensive leaders after Week 4

SHARE Stats: Offensive leaders after Week 4

PASSING

Player, School, Yards

Brian Johnson, Willowbrook, 1627

Clayton Thorson, Wheaton North, 1017

Andrew Nickell, Warren, 988

Daniel Santacaterina, Geneva, 941

Hasan Muhammad-Rogers, Richards, 903

Drew David, Kaneland, 886

Jack Donegan, Marist, 876

Bret Mooney, Jacobs, 804

Steven Frank, Oswego, 784

Alex Wills, Montini, 784

Complete passing leaders here.

RUSHING

Player, School, Yards

Justin Jackson, Glenbard North, 839

Stacey Smith, Schaumburg, 717

Wyatt Martinson, Mendota, 6987

Davontae Elam, St. Edward, 661

Evan Kurtz, St. Charles North, 644

James Butler, St. Francis, 642

Julian Hylton, Lincoln-Way North, 587

Mike Ivlow, Joliet Caholic, 526

Chris James, Notre Dame, 525

Merrick Gentile, Grayslake North, 522

Complete rushing leaders here.

RECEIVING

Player, School, Yards

Hayden Adams, Willowbrook, 654

Devin Childress, Willowbrook, 488

Tim Jansen, Hampshire, 430

Niko Messino, Joliet West, 407

Flynn Nagel, Marist, 350

Christian Gibbs, Waubonsie Valley, 330

Pace Temple, Geneva, 326

Jack Ortner, Crystal Lake Central, 318

Matt Biegalski, Wheaton North, 299

Hunter Williams, Jacobs, 295

Complete receiving leaders here.

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