Summit starting quarterback Jakob Jordan transferred to Eastvale Roosevelt in December, but it didn’t take the SkyHawks long to fill the void. The two-time defending Sunkist League champions will replace Jordan with Etiwanda transfer Keshon Flemmings.
Flemmings, who will be a junior in the fall, quarterbacked the Etiwanda junior varsity last season. He has turned in a great summer in passing league, according to Summit head coach Cesar Villalobos. Flemmings will certainly have plenty of talent at receiver this coming season in Washington commit Erik Brown and Jordan Washington, who has scholarship offers from Idaho and New Mexico State.
Summit’s ground-oriented offense didn’t require much of Jordan in his first season as a starter, but the junior made the most of his opportunities. In his only season as a starter Jordan completed 61 of 90 passes (68 percent) for 945 yards with 11 touchdowns and two interceptions. He didn’t have the arm strength to take full advantage of his receiving corps, but Summit preferred to rely on the ground game anyway.