7 - Chris Peerboom
|High School:||Jesuit HS '03|
2006: Listed as a starter at quarterback on preseason depth chart. In the three spring scrimmages he played in, he completed 16-of-30 passes for 122 yards and a touchdown. He had a passing efficiency rating of 98.5 in the spring. 2005: Played in three games as the backup to Payton Award winner Erik Meyer. He attempted three passes in EWU's opener against San Jose State (9/03/05), but on one of them his hand hit another player's helmet and injured a tendon that kept him out of eight games. Despite limited practice time, he played in two games late in the year. His most extensive action came in the "Fog Bowl" versus UC-Davis when he completed 2-of-8 passes for 22 yards and three interceptions. He was impressive in four spring scrimmages, completing 28-of-47 passes (60 percent) for 313 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions. In the Red-White Spring Game, he was 13-of-18 for 141 yards. 2004: Named to the Big Sky Conference All-Academic team. He saw action in seven games, including a 51-7 romp over Weber State (10/23/04) when he completed 5-of-7 passes for 53 yards. He was one of nine Eagles given off-season strength and conditioning awards by strength and conditioning coach Darin Lovat. In four spring scrimmages, he completed 20-of-34 passes for 172 yards and one interception. 2003: Redshirted. HS: Graduated from Jesuit HS in 2003. Earned honorable mention All-State honors from the Oregonian as a senior quarterback. He also earned All-Metro League honors as both a junior and a senior. In his career, he completed 267-of-491 passes (54 percent) for 4,228 yards, 56 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. He was 21-3 as a starter, including a 9-2 record as a senior when he led his team to the second round of the State 4A Playoffs. He finished the year 137-of-255 (54 percent) for 2,146 yards, 31 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He also ran for five touchdowns. In a playoff loss to Central Catholic he was 18-of-36 for 360 yards and four touchdowns. He also passed for 357 yards and seven touchdowns in a 62-48 regular season win over Glencoe, and added one rushing TD. As a junior, he started all 12 games and led Jesuit to an 11-1 record and the quarterfinals of the playoffs. The team won its fourth Metro League title in a row as he completed 114-of-212 passes (53 percent) for 1,819 yards, 22 touchdowns and just four interceptions. He saw action in 10 games as a sophomore for the unbeaten State 4A champions, completing 67 percent of his passes for 253 yards and three touchdowns. He started one game. He also lettered in basketball at Jesuit. Personal: Born 4/14/85 in Longview, Wash. General management major.