|| Brett Nottingham
Feature Stories: 9/10/11 on Patch.com |
AT STANFORD: Strong-armed thrower is one of the leading competitors for the starting quarterback job with Josh Nunes and others.
2011 (SOPHOMORE): Saw action in six games as the primary backup to Andrew Luck...made appearances against San Jose State, Duke, UCLA, Colorado, Washington and Oregon State...completed five of eight passes for 78 yards and a touchdown...led Stanford to late-game touchdowns against San Jose State and Duke...threw his first career touchdown pass in the season opener against San Jose State, connecting with tight end Coby Fleener on a 39-yarder at the 9:04 mark of the fourth quarter.
2010 (FRESHMAN): Did not see action.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Graduated from Monte Vista High School in Danville, Calif....played for head coach Craig Bergman...four-star recruit ranks as one of the top quarterback prospects in the nation...ranked as the fourth-best pro-style quarterback by Rivals.com, 12th by ESPNU.com and 14th by Scout.com...ranked as the nation's 74th top recruit on PrepStar's Dream Team...SuperPrep All-American (No. 19 quarterback)...rated as the 26th top recruit in the California/Hawaii/Nevada region by SuperPrep...three-year starting quarterback at Monte Vista...competed 502 of 726 passes (69.1) for 7,467 yards and 91 touchdowns during his high school career...the 502 completions ranks fourth all-time in Northern California prep history while the 7,467 passing yards rank seventh...his 69.1 career completion percentage ranks fifth in California high school annals...completed 260 for 369 passes (70.5) for 3,962 yards and 45 touchdowns as a senior...the completion percentage was the seventh-best single-season mark in Northern California prep history while the 45 touchdowns were the second most by a Northern California prep quarterback, trailing only Chad Elliott's (Grant-Sacramento) 47 TD passes in 1996...his passing total of 3,962 yards were the second most by a Northern California high school quarterback behind Gilroy's Jamie Jensen, who threw for 4,323 yards in 2007...first team all-state selection by Cal-Hi Sports...GoldenStatePreps.com Offensive Player of the Year as a senior...also earned first team All-East Bay Athletic League and All-Metro honors...Bay Area News Group East Bay Offensive Player of the Year...won the Peter Villa Award as the best high school player in the San Ramon Valley...listed first on the Bay Area News Group's 2010 Cream of the Crop...helped Monte Vista to a 9-4 overall mark and a semifinal appearance in the North Coast Section playoffs as a senior...also lettered in baseball...parents are Paul and Debbi Nottingham...has two older sisters, Megan and Ali...born in Walnut Creek, Calif....full name is Brett Paul Nottingham...majoring in science, technology & society (innovation, technology & organizations).
Passing Attempts: 2 vs. San Jose State, 2011
Passing Completions: 2 three times; last vs. Colorado, 2011
Passing Yards: 46 vs. San Jose State, 2011
Passing Touchdowns: 1 vs. San Jose State, 2011
Long: 39 (TD) vs. San Jose State, 2011