In less then three years, Myles Brennan has rewritten the Mississippi high school football record book.
Brennan put on a passing clinic in the Rockachaws 70 to 50 win over a tough East Central football team on Friday. The St. Stanislaus senior completed 41 of 45 passes for 459 yards and 8 touchdowns, giving the LSU commit 152 career passing touchdowns, setting a new Mississippi record.
Brennan said, "It was just a great game on Friday offensively and defensively and we're hoping it carries over into next Friday against Moss Point."
Brennan has 13,752 career passing yards with two regular season games remaining. Plus, Brennan and his teammates will be competing in the Class 4A state playoffs.
Brennan is thankful for the state records, but he won't be satisfied until he and his Rockachaw teammates bring back the state championship to the coast.
"Obviously it's a huge honor and a great accomplishment to be able to hold those records, "stated Brennan. "It's a team accomplishment and the final goal is to get back to the state championship and win it all."
St. Stanislaus head coach Bill Conides has developed a number of drills that are designed to have a positive impact on Brennan's overall passing talents.
Conides said, "It's easy for a guy to look good in shorts and a t-shirt. but can he operate in the pocket under pressure under duress and still be able to complete a pass? Ultimately he's been able to do that to this point. So, I think the drill work has worked out tremendously."
Brennan has proven in head-to-head competition, he's one of the top quarterbacks in the nation,doing everything he can in getting better.
Brennan has tossed 34 touchdown passes and no interceptions this season and will add to that total Friday at Moss Point. The St. Stanislaus at Moss Point Region 8-4A clash will be one of the featured games on the Friday Night Football Showdown.
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