COLORADO: This Season (Fr.-RS)-Entered the fall second on the depth chart as he
moved into the backup slot in the spring when Nick Hirschman went down with an
injury; he didn't figure into the competition for the starting job in August
camp but will again provide quality depth and play a key role on the scout team.
He got plenty of reps in spring practice,
and in the four main scrimmages (including the spring game), he completed
9-of-16 passes for 110 yards (0 TD/0 INT) with a passer rating of 114.0; he had
two rushes for 13 yards and was sacked just once.
(Fr.)-Redshirted; he joined the team as an invited walk-on for August camp and
practiced all season at quarterback as he was third on the depth chart the
entire season. He also did an excellent job on the scout team.
first-team All-Sunflower League honors as a senior, when he also earned
honorable mention All-Class (6A) accolades; he was honorable mention All-League
as a junior, when he split time at quarterback.
He completed 117 passes for 1,634 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior,
leading the league in passing. He also
rushed for just over 600 yards and 11 scores.
One of his biggest wins came as a senior, when SM East snapped a 13-game
losing streak (over 17 years) to rival Shawnee Mission West with a 21-10
win. He scored one touchdown and passed
for another before suffering a shoulder separation and broken collarbone late
in the game which forced him to miss the final two games of the season. He completed 53 passes for 545 yards and 6
touchdowns as a junior, sharing time at the position but earned the starting
nod for his senior year. SME was 8-2 his
senior year (7-1 with him at QB; district and Sunflower League champions), 4-6
his junior season and 3-6 his sophomore campaign under coach Chip Sherman.
ACADEMICS-He is majoring in Integrative Physiology (basically
pre-med) at Colorado, as he has aspirations of becoming an orthopedic surgeon. Prep academic honors included the
Presidential Leadership Award and being a Kiwanis Key Leader selection.
PERSONAL-He was born June 8, 1992 in Kansas City, Kan. He has relatives in Colorado (his mother,
Mary, grew up in Boulder and his grandparents are here) and had wanted to be a
CU Buffalo since his childhood. Full
name is John Bradley Schrock, Jr.