Recently choosing players of the week who both have brothers at Washington State got us inspired to take a look at the best set of quarterback brothers in state history. For high school stats, you can’t beat the Clausens (Jimmy, Casey & Rick). But for overall football accomplishments, it may be hard to beat the Carrs (David & Derek). Go inside for writeups of the seven best duos or trios we came up with. Check here as well for more top state stat performers from the last two weeks of the season.
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It was just two weeks ago that an installment of our NorCal/SoCal Players of the Week found us choosing Nathan Gordon from Terra Nova of Pacifica for NorCal Offense and Ryan Hilinski from Orange Lutheran for SoCal Offense. It turned out that those two players happen to have older brothers who both were very successful in high school and are currently playing at Washington State — Anthony Gordon and Tyler Hilinski.
So after looking at those duos, we got to wondering what might be the top brother quarterback combos in state history. Here’s a look at six that would have to be considered: