Top 10 players of Gridiron Glory: #4 Jake Guhy
MAYFIELD, KY -- When you play for a team that is known for winning state championships, you have to always be at your best. As Mayfield's Jake Guhy heads into his senior season, he is playing better than ever.
"Quarterbacks and coaches are measured by championships," Paducah Tilghman head coach Randy Wyatt said. "That young man has proven himself over the years."
Coming off of last year, Guhy put everyone on notice thanks to some impressive stats.
"You look at his numbers, and 34 touchdowns to only one interception is impressive. You can't do that in practice," Calloway County head coach Brad Lawson said. "If you charted quarterbacks around the state, none of them could do that."
"When we played them last year, we thought we had great coverage against him," Marshall County head coach Ron Barnard said. "He bought his receivers some time and threw a touchdown pass. It is so frustrating, I wish he would quit doing that."
Not only has Guhy proven himself with numbers, but with his knowledge of the game as well.
"He is one of the best I have ever seen checking at the line of scrimmage," Graves County head coach Lance Gregory said. "He looks at the defense and makes the right adjustments. He is a really smart kid."
"Jake does the things in that offense that you look for as a head coach," Caldwell County head coach David Barnes said. "He is very smart, makes great decisions, and his record speaks for itself."