By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
5-star quarterback recruit Trevor Lawrence is the new Georgia all-time passing leader. He broke Deshaun Watson’s record from when he was in high school there.
Watson had 12,961 passing yards when he played in the Peach State. He also had 155 touchdowns in his high school career.
Watson was then the No. 2 quarterback in the country, before deciding to continue his playing career with the Clemson Tigers. He has since moved onto to play for the Houston Texans after being the No. 12 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.
After his performance on Friday night, Lawrence now has 13,255 yards in his high school career. He’s also closing in on Watson’s touchdown record, as well.
Lawrence now has 154 touchdowns in his career. He had four touchdowns on Friday night in his team’s 62-0 win over Chapel Hill after entering the game with a 150.
Of his record, 9,480 of his yards have come in the first halves of games. He has barely played in the second half of games, as his stats have indicated.
Lawrence is 47-1 as a starter. Like Watson before him, Lawrence also announced in Dec. 2016 that he would be attending Clemson University.
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