Myles Brennan, a 6-3, 180 pound junior, is a passing machine....running an offense that loves to throw the football all over the field...an explosive offensive attack developed by St. Stanislaus head coach Bill Conides.
Brennan said, "This offense is not like many high school offense, You rarely see an offense in high school that runs the spread and throws the ball 65 to 70 percent of the game. I love the offense. I love the ability to drop back and throw and get the reads and really understand football to it's max."
Over the past two seasons, that offense has resulted in Brennan passing for 11-thousand-45 yards and 117 touchdowns.
In 2015, Brennan pulled the trigger for 5-thousand-248 yards, 53 touchdowns and only 8 interceptions.
Myles Brennan is the 2015 WLOX Offensive Player of the Year.
His passing yards ranks third in the national statistics in the MaxPreps standings. Last season Brennan was Number One in the nation.
He says wide receiver Owen Betz and tight end Chase Rogers were major factors in his passing success.
"All my receivers made a huge impact this past season, specifically Chase Rogers, "stated Brennan. "He's always going to get open and once he gets the ball he always gets yards after the catch which is huge. Outside receiver Owen Betz, is 6' 4" and runs like a 4.. I can always depend when there's going to be press coverage I know he's going to beat the leverage and can always depend on him to make the big play."
Under the passing guidance of Brennan, the Rockachaws have posted 24 wins and 6 losses the past two seasons.
The 3-star quarterback has a number of colleges interested in his services and that interest should increase during the 2016 season.
"Definitely Cal-Berkeley, "said Brennan. "I keep in contract with them almost daily. Cincinnati, Kentucky, West Virginia is my latest offer and Wake Forest. We all keep in contact. I have South Alabama and Troy."
Those offers will increase once Brennan starts firing passing in the 2016 high school football season.
Brennan has a goal of getting one more shot at the Class 4A State Championship title. Noxubee County beat the Rockachaws in the state finals the past two seasons.
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