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Will Grier, the quarterback for Davidson Day High School in North Carolina, threw for a ridiculous 837 yards and “completed 35-of-42 passes and a new N.C. record 10 touchdowns. The 10 touchdowns ties six other players for the national record, originally set in 1990.” The 837 yards broke the all-time national record of 764 set by Pacific Palisades (CA) QB David Koral in 2000.
His team won 104-80.
Grier, who is 6-3 and 190 pounds, now has 5,294 passing yards for the season, breaking former Independence QB Chris Leak’s 10-year-old N.C. and Mecklenburg County mark of 5,193 (Unofficially Raleigh Wakefield’s Connor Mitch threw for 643 yards Friday in a 76-34 loss to Garner which would give him 5,344 passing yards for the season).
Grier has 64 touchdown passes this season, just two short of former Independence QB Joe Cox’s eight-year-old county and N.C. record. Grier’s 64 TD passes ties Leak for sixth-most in national history.
Grier has scholarship offers from East Carolina, Florida, North Carolina, Tennessee and Wake Forest. Duke coach David Cutcliffe was on campus Friday, and Chad Grier said his son is being heavily recruited by Alabama, Duke, N.C. State and Oregon.
Both defensive coordinators that called this heavy weight slugfest are being courted by a few Big XII schools, who came away impressed by the defensive display.