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WATCH: Gunner Stockton Shines in Late Season Highlights

November 1, 2021

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It’s been a record-breaking senior season for Georgia Bulldog QB commit, Gunner Stockton‍.

The Rabun County star broke NFL QB Deshaun Watson's total touchdowns record in the Peach State earlier this season during the Wildcats’ 45-14 win over Grovetown. He now has 237 total touchdowns in his illustrious career, and it’s not over just yet. 

Stockton is now the all-time touchdown leader in Georgia high school football history.

Last Friday night, Stockton broke NFL QB Trevor Lawrence’s career passing touchdown record when he tossed his 161st score during Friday night’s win. 

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He’s been a touchdown machine his entire high school career, starting as a freshman and breaking records ever since. He has a live, accurate arm, but his ability to run and make plays with his feet make him one of the all-time best in the peach state. 

Stockton released his late-season highlights last week, showing why he’s one of the nation’s best through his first nine games of the season. Leading Rabun County to a 9-1 record so far this season, Stockton has been nothing short of fantastic in his senior season. Through nine games, Stockton is 183/254 with 3,228 yards and 44 touchdowns to just 1 INT. He has a 72% completion rate and averages 328 passing yards per game. He's also rushed the ball 94 times for 630 yards and 9 more touchdowns. 

In his career, Stockton has now thrown for 12,746 yards and 166 passing touchdowns (state record). He's only had 17 balls picked off as a four-year starter. He's also rushed for 4,046 yards and 71 more touchdowns. That amounts to 16,792 total yards and 237 touchdowns. Those are two numbers that may not be touched for a long, long time. 


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