The Northern California hamlet of Sacramento is home for one of the state’s top dual-threat quarterbacks. The quarterback in question is C.J. Bacher (pronounced ‘Ba-shay) (6-2, 180, 4.6) from Sacramento (Calif.) Jesuit. If you like winners, you’re going to love Bacher.
Bacher has a perfect 31-0 record as the starting quarterback for Jesuit. When you have a perfect record like Bacher, you will hear from a lot of schools.
As a matter of fact over 30 schools came by Jesuit high school this past May and Bacher now has seven offers on the table. He has scholies from Oregon State, Northwestern, Boise State, Utah, Utah State, Cal State-Sacramento and New Hampshire.
Other schools showing interest are Cal, Stanford, UCLA, Arizona, ASU, Oregon and Duke.
Bacher rates with the best quarterbacks to ever suit up for Jesuit. Three quarterbacks have made it to the show. They are Ken O’Brien (NY Jets), Gio Carmazzi (SF 49ers) and J.T. O’Sullivan (NO Saints).
Not bad company is it?
In three seasons, Bacher has thrown for 4,462 yards and 46 touchdowns. He has also rushed for five more touchdowns.
When the pressure is on most, Bacher is at his best. Not a bad gift to have from the quarterback position.
During Jesuit’s playoff run he completed passes at a 70% clip. Bacher passed for 557 yards and four touchdowns.
Bacher fits the bill of the modern day quarterback who can hurt you both with his arm and his feet. He is also very intelligent a prerequisite for success on the D-I level. Bacher has a 4.5 GPA, 31 ACT and 1290 SAT.
Another thing that Bacher has that has impressed D-I scouts is his leadership ability and his willingness to get better.
Bacher has a lot of athletic skill and is working very hard to improve those skills.
Definitely a player to keep your eye on.