WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Before West Lafayette's season opening victory over Lafayette Jeff, the quarterback position was a question mark on the depth chart. The Red Devils found their answer in a big way.
Junior QB Max Mullis has thrown for over 700 yards and tallied 11 touchdowns this season, running in seven of them himself.
Mullis' success has paid off for the Red Devils this season, defeating opponents by an average of 36 points in the last three games.
The last time West Side got a season off to a (4-0) start, the Red Devils captured the 2018 state championship.
"My personal goal would be to get as far as we can, hopefully [win] a state championship," said Mullis. "Me and the other quarterbacks are really close and we all work hard together."