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National High schools of Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks

2023-03-31  Walker Anderson

Whitehouse (Texas) and also Serra (San Mateo, Calif.) have both had winning Super Bowl quarterbacks in the past 2 years. The colleges will have the opportunity to include one more when the Kansas City Chiefs as well as Tampa florida Bay Buccaneers satisfy Sunday in Tampa florida Bay for Super Bowl LV.

Patrick Mahomes of Whitehouse won in 2015 when the Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers while Tom Brady of Serra has actually won six previous Super Bowls, the last coming two years ago.

With Brady's six Super Bowl titles, Serra is the very best represented when it comes players under center in the NFL's largest game. Serra likewise has one of the most MVPs with Brady winning five as well as Lynn Swann winning MVP honors in Super Bowl X.

Two various other institutions-- Westlake (Austin, Texas) and Newman (New Orleans)-- have actually had 2 different Super Dish quarterback champions. Drew Brees won for New Orleans in Super Dish XLIV and Nick Foles won for Philadephia in Super Dish LII. Both went to Westlake. The Manning bros, Peyton and also Eli, have actually integrated for 4 Super Bowl wins as alumni of Newman. Peyton won in Super Bowls XLI as well as L as well as Eli won in XLII as well as XLVI.

See the full list below.

Super Bowl I, II
Bart Starr, Lanier (Montgomery, Ala.) – Green Bay Packers

Super Bowl III
Joe Namath, Beaver Falls (Pa.) – New York Jets

Super Bowl IV
Len Dawson, Alliance (Ohio) – Kansas City Chiefs

Super Bowl V
Johnny Unitas, St. Justin (Pittsburgh, Pa.) * – Baltimore Colts

Super Bowl VI, XII
Roger Staubach, Purcell Marian (Cincinnati, Ohio) – Dallas Cowboys

Super Bowl VII, VIII
Bob Griese, Rex Mundi (Evansville, Ind.) * – Miami Dolphins

Super Bowl IX, X, XIII, XIV
Terry Bradshaw, Woodlawn (Baton Rouge, La.) – Pittsburgh Steelers

Super Bowl XI
Kenny Stabler, Foley (Ala.) – Oakland Raiders

Super Bowl XV, XVIII
Jim Plunkett, James Lick (San Jose, Calif.) – Oakland Raiders

Joe Montana, Ringgold (Monongahela, Pa.) – San Francisco 49ers

Super Bowl XVII
Joe Theismann, South River (N.J.) – Washington Redskins

Super Bowl XX
Jim McMahon, Roy (Utah) – Chicago Bears

Super Bowl XXI
Phil Simms, Southern (Louisville, Ky.) – New York Giants

Super Bowl XXII
Doug Williams, Northeast (Pride, La.) – Washington Redskins

Super Bowl XXV
Jeff Hostetler, Conemaugh Township (Davidsville, Pa.) – New York Giants

Super Bowl XXVI
Mark Rypien, Shadle Park (Spokane, Wash.) – Washington Redskins

Troy Aikman, Henryetta (Okla.) – Dallas Cowboys

Super Bowl XXIX
Steve Young, Greenwich (Conn.) – San Francisco 49ers

Super Bowl XXXI
Brett Favre, Hancock (Kiln, Miss.) – Green Bay Packers

John Elway, Granada Hills Charter (Calif.) – Denver Broncos

Super Bowl XXXIV
Kurt Warner, Regis (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) * – St. Louis Rams

Super Bowl XXXV
Trent Dilfer, Aptos (Aptos, Calif.) – Baltimore Ravens

Tom Brady, Serra (San Mateo, Calif.) – New England Patriots

Super Bowl XXXVII
Brad Johnson, Charles D. Owen (Black Mountain, N.C.) – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Super Bowl XL, XLIII
Ben Roethlisberger, Findlay (Ohio), – Pittsburgh Steelers

Super Bowl XLI, L
Peyton Manning, Newman (New Orleans, La.) – Indianapolis Colts, Denver Broncos

Super Bowl XLII, XLVI
Eli Manning, Newman – New York Giants

Super Bowl XLIV
Drew Brees, Westlake (Austin, Texas) – New Orleans Saints

Super Bowl XLV
Aaron Rodgers, Pleasant Valley (Chico, Calif.) – Green Bay Packers

Super Bowl XLVII
Joe Flacco, Audubon (N.J.) – Baltimore Ravens

Super Bowl XLVIII
Russell Wilson, Collegiate (Richmond, Va.) – Seattle Seahawks

Super Bowl LII
Nick Foles, Westlake – Philadephia Eagles

Super Bowl LIV
Patrick Mahomes, Whitehouse (Texas) – Kansas City Chiefs

2023-03-31  Walker Anderson