Quince Orchard’s Doc Bonner commits to Air Force

Doc Bonner (Elite Athlete Training)
Quince Orchard quarterback Doc Bonner was named First Team All-Met by the Washington Post. (Photo Courtesy: Elite Athlete Training)

Quince Orchard quarterback Doc Bonner committed to the Air Force Academy on Wednesday. Conner’s decision came after he decommitted from Dartmouth a day earlier.

Bonner is coming off an season where he helped Quince Orchard to the Maryland 4A State title game, where he tallied 125 passing yards, 126 rushing yards and two touchdowns in the loss to Wise. 

Bonner made his presence felt offensively, recording 1,818 passing yards and 23 touchdowns. He was second on the Cougars in rushing yards (740) and touchdowns (13).

Bonner’s impressive senior campaign earned him First Team All-Met honors by the Washington Post. 

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