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102 Tim Castille, Briarwood, 1998-02 139 Dale Overton, Hackleburg, 1984-86 13,490 Terrance Hollingsworth, Berry, 2009-13 (9,819 rushing, 1,240 receiving, 729 passing, 1,702 returns) 82 Baylor Barnes, Charles Henderson, 2013 (64 EP, 6 FG) 2,550 Austin Hubbard, Homewood, 2004 (191 of 322, 26 TDs) 2,308 Brian Park, Westminster Christian, 2007 (196 of 347) 4,028 Jartavious Whitlow, LaFayette, 2015 (1,339 rushing, 1,896 passiing, 105 receiving, 461 KO ret, 176 Punt ret) 53 Nick Mullens, Spain Park (24) vs. Austin (37), 2012 (31 completions, 349 yards, 3 TDs) 713 Parkersburg, WV 8 Jalen White, Daleville (70) vs. Geneva County (51), 2019 (8 rushing) 5,266 Brian Exley, Geneva County, 2003-06 (4,827 rushing, 439 receiving) 3 Omarion Foster, Piedmont, 2021 200 D.J. 296 Rondarrius Wiggins, Jacksonville, 2018 (12 games) 5,737 Brayden Kyle, Decatur Heriitage, 2020-21 (283 of 463, 72 TDs) Sardis (68), 2012 (423 passing, 137 rushing) 4 Charlie McCoy, Georgiana (26) vs. Florala (14), 1981 79 Hal Hughston, Deshler, 1999-00 2,235 Mitch Stults, Hamilton, 2010 (118 of 187, 25 TDs) 41 Sawyer Pate, Thompson, 2019 (228 of 306) 237 Nick Bell, Priceville (38) vs. Danville (41), 2011 (8 catches, 4 TDs) 8 Bayden Kyle, Decatur Heritage (76) vs. Ragland (60), 2021 (1A playoffs; 358 yards rushing, 8 TDs, 271 Brilliant (0), 2015 (5 catches, 2 TDs) 75.9 Logan Smothers, Muscle Shoals, 2019 (164 of 216) 63.2 Trey Higgins, Oxford, 2017-2020 (466 of 737) [] 20 Alvin Scott, Oneonta, 2012 180 Garrett Sanders, GW Long, 2013-16 1,539 Kobe Warden, Brooks, 2019 (110 catches, 15 TDs) 191 Michael Darden, Albertville (360 att., 2,242 yards, 15 TDs) 3 Ian Foster, Pike County, 2022 (6 interceptions) 7,069 James Raines, Berry, 2014-16 (79 TDs) 8 Malik Inabinette, Montevallo (53) vs. Greensboro (32), 2018 (18 of 32, 450 yards) 318 La'Damian Webb, Beauregard, 2016 (53 TDs) 75 Bryce Palmer, Waterloo, 2015-2018 (465 of 871) The custodian of records is listed in the Private School Directory data files, which are posted on the CDE Private School web page. Shades Valley, 2018 (punt attempts) Game 77 Charlotte Independence, NC (2000-04) 33 Paul Tyson, Hewitt-Trussville, 2018 (225 of 342) 1,187 Lee Guess, Hewitt-Trussville, 2000 (87 catches) 320 Zyquez Perryman, Pleasant Grove, 2019 (completed 217) 45 Payton Anderson, Fyffe, 2018 (15 games) Career 776 Jack Hayes, Piedmont, 2018-2022 (4,080 yards, 65 TDs) 43 Kendal Gibson, Aliceville, 2000 (15 games) 246 Noah Holmes, Falkville (70) vs. Decatur Heritage (41), 2018 (nine catches, 3 TDs) 90 Win Knight, Clay County, 2005 27 Lawrence, KS (1945-95) His 16,775 career passing yards are the second-highest total in national history behind Kenton (Ohio) High School's Maty Mauk. 86 Devaris Skanes, Brantley, 2001-04 125 Jamarius Henderson, Dale County, 2010-14 6,799 Tyler Crumpton, Phillips, 2010-14 (1,515 rushing, 225 passing, 4,057 receiving, 635 KO ret, 365 punt ret) 37 Brandon Musch, Westminster Christian (69) vs. Central-Florence (70), 2022 (57 attempts, 467 yards, 7 TDs) 11,266 Zach Smith, Susan Moore, 2003-2006 (3,479 rushing, 7,781 passing) 687 Bo Nix, Pinson Valley, 2015-2018 1,265 Gavin Ellis, Cullman, 2007 (82 catches) Johnson (20), 2005 (27 of 42, 7 TDs) 3,112 Jeremy Yates, Colbert Heights, 2006 (235 of 377, 33 TDs) 31 Jack Poundstone, Trinity vs. Elmore County, 2009 (53 attempts) Here's a look at the California high school quarterbacks with the most career passing yards of all time. (1894-2004, 727-303-42) Savage, Piedmont, 2010-14 Brewer (7), 2018 (six catches, 3 TDs) 61Isaac Jones, Cherokee County, 2008 401 Brady Polson, Bob Jones, 2014-16 (634 att., 6,071 yards, 61 TDs) 7 Ricky Williams, Dadeville vs. Goodwater 1974 (15 of 26 for 457 yards) 8,170 John Parker Wilson, Hoover, 2001-03 1,156 Mike Pettway, Thompson, 2018 (70 catches, 17 TDs) 53 Jeremy Slimp, W.A. 17 Bennett Maddox, Montgomery Academy vs. Barbour Co., 2003 (4 FGs, 5 PATs) 1,085 Josh Moten, Cedar Bluff, 2000 (52 catches, 11 TDs) 57.6 Austin Ingram, Charles Henderson, 2011-14 (514 of 892) 2,204 Logan Smothers, Muscle Shoals, 2019 (164 of 216, 28 TDs) 32 Garrett Sanders, GW Long, 2016 (13 games) 48 Berron Tyson, Baker (21) vs. Blount (7), 2012 (237 yards, 1 TD) 83 Cesar Diaz, North Jackson, 2010 461 Ramon Nelson, Theodore vs. Pelham, 2000 (23 of 33, 6 TDs) 3 Jermarcus Brown, Pickens County, 2013 Corner Canyon's Devin Brown spins and looks down field for an open receiver during a high school football . 34 Tevin Madison, Fayette County, 2011-13 4 Roy Terry, Ariton (32) vs. Louisville (7), 1984 51 Dusty Goodwin, Demopolis, 1999-02 622 Demarco McNeil, Blount, 1996-98 586 Lance Tucker, Fayette County, 1987-92 4 Tom Sanders, Ashville vs. St. Clair County, 1974 2,140 Derrick Griffie, Piedmont, 1988 (12 games) 50 Kevin Miller, Homewood, 1992 PASS COMPLETION PCT. 6,775 Austin Ingram, Charles Henderson, 2011-14 (6,922 passing, minus-163 rushing, 16 receiving) 6,534 Chris Nickson, Pike County, 2000-03 3,512 Kristian Story, Lanett, 2017 (148 of 226, 42 TDs) 333 James Raines, Berry, 2015 (13 games) 420 Dakota DeSpain, Escambia County vs. Bayside Academy, 2022 (320 yars passing, 100 yards rushing, 7 TDs) 3,312 Kristian Story, Lanett, 2017 (144 of 221, 42 TDs) 66 Zac Kaye, Central-Tuscaloosa, 1997-99 85.0 Dylan Wiggins, Ranburne (42) vs. Beulah (0), 2015 (17 of 20, 225 yards, 2 TDs) 100 Heath Minor, American Christian, 2006 43 Tim Harton, South Lamar, 1997 (13 games) 427 Deion Moore, Houston Co. (32) vs.G.W. 262 Kydric Fisher, Jacksonville (27) vs. Montgomery Catholic (44), 2022 (12 catches, 2 TDs) Brilliant (0), 2015 (also threw 7 2-pt conversions) 52 Jeff Waller, Opp (19) vs. Headland (0), 1980 75 Jeremiah Cobb, Montgomery Catholic, 2019-22 2,334 Myles Butler, Montgomery Catholic, 2017-2020 (119 catches, 22 TDs) 42 ArDarius Stewart, Fultondale (49) vs. Fyffe (28), 2012 (7 TDs) 317 Graeme McFarland, Mountain Brook, 2001 MOST PASS RECEPTIONS FOR TOUCHDOWNS 2,204 Bubba Brown, Flomaton. Career 6,898 Toby Pee, Sardis, 2008-12 (5,494 rushing, 1,381 receiving, 23 passing) California has the most with 28 led by Tom Brady, John Elway combining for 15 Super Bowl appearances. 12 Ben tew, Headland, 2018 88 Toby Pee, Sardis, 2008-12 7,630 Terrance Hollingsworth, Berry, 2009-11 (5,550 rushing, 1,010 receiving, 704 KO returns, 203 Trujillo threw for 4,253 yards and 50 touchdowns as a senior in 2018 as he led San Joaquin to the CIF Division II-A championship game. 25 Phoenix Union, AZ (1913-55) 43 Anthony Tucker, J. U. Blacksher (6) vs. Fruitdale (12), 1997 2,341 Evan Sims, Fayette County, 2008 (163 of 291, 26 TDs) 3,212 Deandre Green, Blount, 1995-98 (204 catches) 33 Jake Vest, Daleville, 1992 (115 of 208) Young is projected as the No. 727 Canton McKinley, OH 226 Nick Keeton, Carbon Hill, 1999 1,179 E. J. Elliott, Cullman, 1998 (68 catches) 7 Bo Nix, Pinson Valley (51) vs. Austin (50) OT, 2017 (7 different receivers) 1,305 Tim Castille, Briarwood, 1998 (70 catches, 13 TDs) Daniels rolled the dice and transferred to LSU in March 2022 he'll have to compete with former five-star recruit Myles Brennan to be the starting quarterback for first-year coach Brian Kelly. 3,392 Paul Tyson, Hewitt-Trussville, 2017 (238 of 336, 36 TDs) 74 Isaac McKissic, Beauregard, 2018 (1,211 yards) 7 Jeremy Helms, Russellville (48) vs. J.O. 92 Tyrone Prothro, Cleburne County, 1999-02 2,251 Steven Coleman, Pike County, 1989 283 Symon Smith, UMS-Wright, 2017 (15 games) 524 Brandon Thornton, Homewood, 2001-03 33 James Raines, Berry (68) vs. 227 Jack Hayes, Piedmont, 2022 (373 attempts, 33 TDs) 134 Chris Smelley, American Christian, 2002-05 (134 passing) He's currently a quarterback for the Tampa Bay Bandits of the newly reformed Untied States Football League. 71Brandon Greer, Westbrook Christian, 1998 for TD) 53 Devin Goodwin, Demopolis, 2004 (51 passing, 2 rushing) returns) 99 Jack Hill to Johnny Richardson, Auburn (7) vs. Selma (13), 1938 24 Maurice Brewster, Ohatchee, 1998-01 Season 2,281 Shontua Ray, Montevallo, 1997 (11 games) 306 Lee Gann, Homewood, 1988 474 Taulia Tagovailoa, Thompson (26) vs. Hoover (45), 2018 (33 of 61, 4 TDs) 14 Tyler Crumpton, Phillips, 2010-14 8,055 Bryce Palmer, Waterloo, 2015-2018 (6,938 passing, 1,117 rushing) 15 Jalen White, Daleville vs. Geneva County & Barbour County, 2019 2 Nick Thorn, Red Bay (69) vs. Phil Campbell (13), 2014 (81 & 87 yards) 455 Brody Epps, Piedmont, 2019-2022 373 Jack Hayes, Piedmont, 2022 (227 completions, 3,267yards, 37TDs) 54 Danny Haynes, Brooks, 1998 MOST TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS ACCOUNTED FOR 227 Todd Ingle, Lynn, 1991-93 40 Jeremy McMullen, Aliceville (42) vs. Elba (25), 2012 (first round, playoffs) 3,805 Brayden Kyle, Decatur Heritage, 2020 (2,752 passing, 1,053 rushing) 9,321 Brodie Croyle, Westbrook Christian, 1996-2000 (9,321 passing) 8 Lee Witherspoon, North Jackson (69) vs. Priceville (7), 2018 (8 TDs rushing on 11 carries, 227 yards) 412 Chad Kilgore, Oakman (49) vs. Gordo (20)m 2003 (17 of 28, 6 TDs) 227 John Michael Riley, Bob Jones (35) vs. Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (27), 2018 (7 catches, 4 TDs) 470 Brian Robinson, Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (40) vs. Clay-Chalkville (41), 2015 (447 rushing, 23 receiving) 1,118 Kyle Minor, Madison Academy, 2018 (44 catches, 11 TDs) 476 Jay Haynes, Handley (54) vs. Jacksonville (41), 2022 (30 carries, TD runs od 86, 58, 52, 72, 54 yards) 614 Seth Brown, St. John Paul II Catholic (49) vs. West Morgan (36), 2019 (520passing, 94 rushing) High school: Sacramento High School (Sacramento, California). CONSECUTIVE COMPLETIONS 99 Luke Prewett, Briarwood (14) vs. Chelsea (17), 2019 1,034 Tommy Trott, Trinity, 2004 (52 catches, 13 TDs) Johnson (0), 2010 (62, 13,14, 6, 33, 35, & 40) 100 John Coger, Oakman vs. Berry, 2013 427 Mikey Forney, Holtville, 2018-2021 222 Jordan Bentley, Guntersville, 2015 (13 games) 2,166 Desmon Turner, Fort Payne, 2015 (11 games) 403 Riley Eisner, Good Hope (41) vs. Cordova (48), 2014 (34 of 64, 5 TDs) 113 Patrick Millican, Clay-Chalkville, 2014 (80 PAT, 11 FG) 346 Todd Little, Lynn, 1993 56 Logan McPherson, Fort Payne vs. Boaz, 2012 228 Sawyer Pate, Thompson, 2019 (306 attempts, 41 TDs) Brewer (7), 2018 (six catches, 3 TDs), 203 Christian Irons, Waterloo (20) vs. Hubbertville (15), 2015 (5 catches, 3 TDs), 3,683 Chance Stevenson, Fayette County, 2017 (2,973 passing, 710 rushing), 9,309 Lance Tucker, Fayette County, 1987-92 (8,166 passing, 1,143 rushing), 9,853 Jameis Winston, Hueytown, 2008-11 (6,871 passing, 2,912 rushing, 70 receiving), Derickey Wright, Etowah (36) vs. Sardis (0), 2018 (34 & 66 yards). 2,566 Kyle Crabtree, Fort Payne, 2010 (172 of 268, 28 TDs) 92 Jeremy Schatz, Homewood, 2000 70 Tim Castille, Briarwood,1998 55 Jack Golson, Lowndes County (61) vs. Catholic (13), 1950 (8 TDs, 7 PATs) Career 46 Jartavious Whitlow, LaFayette, 2014-16 44.3 Garrett Cross, Hazel Green, 2018 (37 punts) 36 Andy Stidham, Hamilton (20) vs. Haleyville (13), 1996 5 Josh Woodard, Decatur (15) vs. Grissom (0), 2001 (33, 21, 34, 49 & 51 yards), 5 Tim Rogers, Mountain Brook (21) vs. Huffman (7), 1990 (51, 44, 19, 39 & 23 yards), 5 Ricky Beck, Geneva (15) vs. Pike County (0), 1970 3,215 Devin Goodwin, Demopolis, 2004 (188 of 309, 51 TDs) 99 Jalyn Martin, Collinsville (41) vs. Cedar Bluff (24), 2014 85 Andy Pappanastos, Trinity, 2010 3,788 Taulia Tagovailoa, Thompson, 2018 (271 of 442, 35 TDs) 9 Tommy Haley-Ricks, Hubbertville (76) vs. Vina (52), 2008 (9 rushing), 9 Brent Gulledge, Victory Christian (70) vs. Lyman Ward (6), 2004 (9 passing) 699 Brandon Musch, Westminster Chr. 33 Kristian Story, Lanett, 2019 (152 of 237) 194 Julio Jones, Foley, 2005-07 7,555 Kyle Crabtree, Fort Payne, 2007-10 (5,965 passing, 1,590 rushing) 30 Joshua Carpenter, Jackson (47) vs. Thomasville (26), 2016 2 Blake Turner, Addison vs. Winston County, 2006 Consecutive This is a New Mexico State Record. 249 Matt Sherrill, Hatton (40) vs. Phil Campbell (8), 2017 (9 catches, 5 TDs) 11 K'Shun Stokes, Headland, 2018 460 Justin Craig, Sumiton Christian (27) vs. Oneonta (48), 2004 (29 of 45) 59 Jack Hayes, Piedmont, 2021 (38 passing, 21 rushing) 80 Todd Ingle, Lynn, 1993 (1,165 yards) 290 Brandon Baynes, Tallassee, 2014 (12 games) 65 Sloan Smith, Piedmont, 2021 206 Cody O'Toole, Oneonta, 2012 (300 att., 43 TDs) 31 Nico Collins, Clay-Chalkville, 2014-15 218 Isaac Jones, Cherokee Co., 2008-10 7,929 Mitch Stults, Hamilton, 2009-12 (84 TDs) 2,403 Brandon Musch, Westminster Christian, 2022 (227 of 365, 32 TDs) 158 Jack Hayes, Piedmont, 2018-2022) 51 Jim Richardson, Abbeville vs. Headland, 1976 34 Riley Eisner, Good Hope (41) vs. Cordova (48), 2014 (64 attempts, 403 yards, 5 TDs) (1888-2004, 693-287-43) McCarron, St. Paul's, 2006-08 32 Roydell Williams, Hueytown, 2018 64 Jace Stewart, Slocomb, 2018 (869 yards) Lamb spent one season at Fresno State before he transferred to College of the Sequoias, where he threw for 2,271 yards, 10 touchdowns and six interceptions in 2021. 978 John Parker Wilson, Hoover, 2001-03 LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWN 103Jameis Winston, Hueytown, 2008-11 (67 passing, 35 rushing, 1 receiving) 3,004 Sherman Williams, Blount, 1990 (15 games) 405 Hunter Grant, West End (48) vs. Ider (12), 2015 (280 passing, 125 rushing) 5,752 Michael Darden, Albertville, 2000-03 16 Ja'Mel Morris, Deshler, 2010 (15 games) 66 Jerrod Henry, Deshler, 2004 7,127 Trey Higgins, Oxford, 2017-2021 (466 of 737, 94 TDs) 41 Nolen Smith, Oneonta, 2005-09 41 Tobias Lee, Pike County, 2006 (133-of-253) 206 Larry Ware, Robert E. Lee, 1986 (15 games) 173 Ozzie Newsome, Colbert County, 1971-73 407 Christopher Thomas, Southside-Selma (40) vs. Keith(26), 2021 (13 of 19, 5 TDs) 47 Terrance Wilkes, Wadley, 2005 (12 games) Bottom line: Michael Herrick's accomplishments stand out on this list, as he's the oldest quarterback to make the list by a full decade. 2,476 Drew Jackson, Deshler, 2003 (149 of 278, 19 TDs) 88 Andrew Van Winkle, Clay-Chalkville, 2015 (93 attempts) 56 Trey Higgins, Oxford, 2020 (40 passing, 16 rushing) 197Zack Crocker, Cullman, 2011 (280 att., 21 TDs) 100 Marcus Turner, McAdory (38) vs. John Carroll (7), 2010 High school: Calabasas High School (Calabasas, California). 4 Isaiah Warnick, Falkville (34) vs. Lexington (40), 2022 (eight catches, 303 yards) 2,013 Jeremiah Cobb, Montgomery Catholic, 2020(13games) 8 Tony Dixon, Parrish (81)vs. Hubbertville (58), 2003 1,001 Evan Delp, Coosa Christian, 2018 (38 catches, 12 TDs) 51 Steve Gray, Homewood, 1987 7,634 Thomas Banks, West Jefferson, 1991-93 (37), 2021 (461 passing, 95rushing) 9 Brandon Musch, Westminster Christian (70) vs. Madison County (42), 2022 (5 passing, 4 rushing) 421 Clay Jones, Bibb County (35) vs. Jemison (40), 2004 (23 of 37, 4 TDs) 8,032 Todd Tittle, Lynn, 1991-93 68 Graham Wilson, Briarwood Christian, 1998 (73 attempts) 34 Seth Harkness, Fayette County, 2005 92 Jimmy Campbell, Dadeville, 1973 99 Tanner Anderson to Michael Brown, Stanhope Elmore (14) vs. Spanish Fort (42), 2014 We do a lot better looking at the two coaching staffs. Moschetti replaces Rick Zepeda, who was . 8,180 Taulia Tagovailoa, Thompson, 2017-2018 (7,608 passing, 572 rushing) Trujillo signed with San Jose State out of high school and spent two seasons there before he transferred to Iowa Central Community College, where he played two games in 2021 before suffering a season-ending knee injury. 4 Owen Lockette, Westminster Christian (70) vs. Madison County (42), 2022 (15 catches, 193 yards) 750 Louisville Male, KY 213 Kyle Minor, Madison Academy (45) vs. Brilliant (20), 2012 (44, 40 yards) 56 Hunter Kennamer, Guntersville, 2010-11 195 Thomas Johnston, Spanish Fort, 2016 (13 games) Virtual Wellness Center Visit the mindfulness practice room. 928 Mac Campbell, Alexandria, 1993-97 6,270 Kyle Caldwell, Dadeville, 2008-10 (5,292 passing, 733 rushing) 27 Jonathan Jones, Blount, 2003 (40 attempts) 6 Ja'Michael Willis, Gardendale (51) vs. Bessemer City (26), 2010 (7, 9, 56, 10, 51, & 7 yards) 8,053 Collin Moon, Oneonta, 2018-2021 (4,384 rushing, 3,669 KR, Receiving) 200 Ryan Howton, Berry (68) vs. More than one Game (69) & Jackson Brewer, Central-Florence (70), 2022 (Musch 467 yards; Brewer201) 2,200 Bobby Ray Johnson, Andalusia, 1976 4 Dylan Hand, Corner (49) vs. Sumiton Christian (6), 2013 284 Tyler Crumpton, Phillips (62) vs. Vina (25), 2012 (8 catches, 5 TDs) 63 Trystan Tapia, Mars Hill Bible, 2020 (73 attempts) 3,811 Trey Higgins, Oxford, 2020 (2,800 passing, 1,011 rushing) 1,118 Mo Edwards, Thompson, 2017 (67 catches, 12 TDs) 18 John WilliamsonCrossville (20) vs. New Hope (45), 2009 68.2 Paul Tyson, Hewitt-Trussville, 2017-2018 (463 of 678) 471 Christopher Thomas, Southside-Selma (40) vs. Dallas Co. (14), 2021 (20of 27, 4 TDs) 26 Larry Thorn, Coffee (29) vs. Lee-Huntsville (26), 1984 Individual Football Records 257 E. J. Elliott, Cullman (38) vs. Boaz (28), 1999 (9 catches, 2 TDs) 53 Alvin Scott, Oneonta, 2009-12 55 Brian Gowins, Shades Valley, 1993 2,725 Drake Hall, Winfield, 2004 (15 games) 72 Russell Gunter, Straughn (21) vs. Coffee Springs (22), 1986 (NFHS National Record) 20 Patrick Williamson, Gulf Shores (28) vs.Sweet Water (55), 2004 35 Brodie Croyle, Westbrook Christian, 1999 641 Fostoria, OH 8 Ian Thies, Westminster Christian (60) vs. Clements (14), 2018 (7 passing, 1 rushing) 1,008 Tyler Watts, Pelham, 1994-97 Career 99 Robert Rodgers, Madison Academy vs. Valley Head, 1982 219 Hess Horne, Eufaula, 2020 (348 att., 3,040 yards, 35 TDs) 301 Garrett Sanders, GW Long, 2016 (40 TDs, 53 PATs, 3 field goals) 222 Dilan Kilpatrick, Fyffe, 2015 (15 games) 1994 (102 of 186, 26 TDs) 14 Will Beaverstock, St. Paul'd Episcopal, 2017 (18 attempts) 19 KO return) 2,220 Mac Campbell, Alexandria, 1995 505 Christopher Thomas, Southside-Selma (56) vs. Greensboro (22), 2021 (21 of 28, 3 TDs) 405 Kadarius Toney, Blount (56) vs. Daphne (21), 2015 (16 of 26, 5 TDs) 624 Jett Smith, Walter Wellborn, 2017-20 (44 games) KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE Perhaps the greatest player ever from the CIF San Diego Section Junior Seau of Oceanside and the winningest head coach in state history Bob Ladouceur of Concord De La Salle were among the easy choices for those who are going to be placed into the inaugural class of the California High School Football Hall of Fame. 23 Nolen Smith, Oneonta, 2008 LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWN TDs) 30 C.J. 146 Michael Mahon, Hoover, 2001-02 (149 attempts) Emerson, Hamilton vs. Lawrence Co., 2003 (6 catches) He once again lost his starting job, this time to Stetson Bennett, who took over and led Georgia to its first national championship in 40 years. 213 Jacob Cook, Oxford (42) vs. Southside-Gadsden (21), 2014 (8 catches, 2 TDs) 2,163 Jeremiah Cobb, Montgomery Catholic, 2021 (14 games) Bottom line: Caden Voges finished his career as the No. 2,655 James Raines, Berry, 2016 (231 of 312) 105 Tyler Short, Oneonta, 2013 42 Zach Stacy, Bibb County (48) vs. Jemison (35), 2007 (7 TDs) 116 Taylor Williams, Central-Tuscaloosa (117 att. 194 Will Richard, North Jackson, 2009 (305 att., 3,056 yards, 37 TDs)

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