QB Challenge

Quarterback Challenge

As part of their commitment to high school football in Maryland, the Baltimore Ravens have partnered with T. Rowe Price, the College Savings Plan of Maryland, Under Armour and the Maryland Football Coaches Association to recognize outstanding local high school quarterbacks.

During halftime of Ravens home games this season, the Quarterback Challenge will highlight two of the top high school quarterbacks from Maryland competing in a passing competition that showcase arm strength and accuracy.

While the winning student-athletes each receive a $250 College Savings Plan of Maryland account and the winning school receives a $500 Under Armour gift card for his school’s athletic department, both schools receive tickets to the game and both quarterbacks receive a football autographed by a Ravens player.


September 7, 2014 (Ravens vs. Bengals)
The kickoff to the 2014 QB hallenge saw a tight competition between MIAA conference rivals McDonogh and Mt. St. Joseph. While both quarterbacks first attempts fell incomplete, their second tosses did not disappoint. McDonogh QB Jansen Durham unloaded a 53-yard heave to WR Kareem Montgomery, while Mt. St. Joseph QB Brian Costabile responded with a beautiful ball to Christian Heyward that came up just short at 49-yards. With the four yard advantage, McDonogh earned the first QB Challenge victory of the season.

September 11, 2014 (Ravens vs. Steelers)
At halftime of the Thursday Night Football showdown between the Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers, student-athletes from Arundel and Old Mill displayed their passing prowess in the QB Challenge. With each quarterback completing both of his passes, Old Mill's Brady Ludwig narrowly edged Arundel's Anthony Messenger's 50-yard mark with a 54-yard connection to Patriot WR David Marrocco.

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