#4 - Jack Abraham
This might be the best quarterback that has ever gone through Oxford High School. He will graduate in December and likely to enroll early at Tulane where he is committed to. I say that and look where he winds up being ranked. Usually the quarterback grabs the top spot. Just happens to be not the case.
Jack Abraham has always had a knack for throwing the football. He has set school records all over the place, breaking any record that Guy Cameron Billups had. If Abraham hasn't broken his career numbers yet, he will very quickly.
Abraham has done what no other QB has done at Oxford High School, and that is win two North Half Championships. If you ask him though, winning the last game of the season is all that matters to him. For one that has been winning championship after championship throughout his life and in virtually every 7-on-7 tournament he has participated in, he would love nothing more than to earn a ring.
Among Abraham's numbers through two years as the starting QB (26 total games): 498-825, 6,876 yards, 73 touchdowns, 22 interceptions (does not include his 5-7, 54 yards he got during his freshmen year in garbage time). What is scary about those numbers? That's probably more in 21-22 games he played in total. About 16 or so of the 26 fourth quarters and a few third quarters he did not actually play because the score was so lopsided by halftime. Among some statistical achievements he could achieve this year: Abraham needs 3,070 yards to reach 10,000 career passing yards and 27 touchdowns to reach 100 for his career. Both of those are certainly obtainable.
I know one thing for sure, everyone is putting forth the effort of "championship or bust" this year. With the State Championships being held at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium this year - just three miles down the road - and having lost the last two trips Oxford got so close to winning, finally getting over the December hump (where Oxford is career 0-4 in December Football games, including 0-3 in the Title game) and winning a ring is the only thing on Abraham's - and everybody else involved in the program's - minds.