Through five games this fall, the 6-foot-4 190 pound Arizona State commit has yet to disappoint.
As the point man in Alpharetta’s “Air Raid” offense, the second year starter has unleashed an aerial assault on opposing defenses — completing 102-of-192 passes on the season and tossing a region-leading 10 touchdown passes.
In Alpharetta’s week four game against West Forsyth — the No. 5 ranked team in AAAAAA — Dobbs was at an all-time best. The senior threw for a school record 512 yards and five touchdowns, making him just the seventh quarterback in Georgia high school football history to throw for over 500 yards in a game and doing so for just the eighth time overall.
His 1,565 total passing yards is good for a 313 yard per game average, has him on pace for his second straight 3,000 yard season and ranks him No. 1 in the state of Georgia in total passing yards.
Dobbs’ success hasn’t been limited to the passing game either.
A week ago against South Forsyth he scampered into the end zone twice, from 42 and 36 yards out, leading the Raiders to a 21-0 win over South Forsyth and giving Dobbs a team-leading ten rushing touchdowns on the season.