(Park Hills) Central Rebels quarterback Jett Bridges is a member of the Regional Radio Football Dream Team. The senior helped his team reach the Class 3 State Quarterfinals by throwing for 2,938 yards and 33 touchdowns while adding four rushing scores. He broke many records along the way, including the single-game passing yards record with 427 against Fredericktown and completing 68% of his passes over his career. Bridges tells us what he thinks he improved on the most from his junior season.
Bridges is a common name for Central football fans. Jett’s brother Jake holds the single-season passing yards record when he threw for 2,940 yards in 2015. Jett fell two yards shy of that milestone this season. And his brother Justin gave Jett one of his favorite memories from the last four years.
Bridges had a lot of people he wanted to thank for helping him get named to the Dream Team.
Bridges ends his football career as Central’s second all-time leading passer. The Rebels finished the season 10-2.
Full Interview With Jett Bridges: