We present for your enjoyment: THE ALL-TIME HIGH SCHOOL STATS TEAM
Now bask in the impossible glory of these unbelievable high school career numbers.
QB: Maty Mauk, Kenton High School (Kenton, OH)
- 18,932 Passing Yards
- 219 Passing Touchdowns
Maty holds the national record for both career passing yards AND passing touchdowns. Even more incredible - the player he passed to take sole possession of first place in passing yardage was none other than his older brother, Ben Mauk. After high school, Maty played three seasons at Missouri before being dismissed from the team after the 2015 campaign. He is expected to start at Eastern Kentucky in 2016.
QB: Chris Leak, Independence High School (Charlotte, NC)
- 15,593 Passing Yards
- 185 Passing Yards
Leak led his high school team to three straight North Carolina 4-A State Championships, while setting numerous state and national records along the way. He also won a National Championship at the University of Florida, and is set to start his high school football head coaching career at Edgewater High School in Florida this fall.
RB: Derrick Henry, Yulee High School (Yulee, FL)
- 12,144 Rushing Yards
- 153 Rushing Touchdowns
Derrick Henry shattered the national rushing record back in 2012. Entering the game, Henry needed 102 yards to break the record... He finished the night with 482 yards and 6 touchdowns on 58 carries. He also ranks fifth all-time in rushing touchdowns. Henry enjoyed immense success with the University of Alabama, winning a national championship and the Heisman trophy in 2015. He's set to begin his NFL career with the Tennessee Titans in 2016.
RB: Mike Hart, Onondaga Central High School (Syracuse, NY)
- 11,045 Rushing Yards
- 204 Rushing Touchdowns
Before setting the University of Michigan career rushing record, Mike Hart steamrolled through his high school competition on the way to setting the national record for rushing touchdowns. He is also third in career rushing yards, and led his team to three state championships and a record of 46-1.
WR: Dorial Green-Beckham, Hillcrest High School (Springfield, MO)
- 6,356 Receiving Yards
- 300 Receptions
- 74 Receiving Touchdowns
DGB was one of the most decorated high school receivers of all time. He culminated his high school career with an incredible senior season of 119 catches, 2,233 receiving yards, and 24 receiving touchdowns - breaking the all-time receiving yards record in the process. Green-Beckham currently plays in the NFL for the Tennessee Titans.
WR: A.J. Green, Summerville High School (Summerville, SC)
- 5,365 Receiving Yards
- 279 Receptions
- 62 Receiving Touchdowns
The current All-Pro Bengals receiver has dominated at every level. While in high school, Green enjoyed three season of more than 1,200 yards receiving. He currently ranks 5th all-time in the NFHS record book for receiving yards, and seventh for touchdown catches. He was four-time All-State and was the only junior on the 2006 USA Today All-American team.
WR: Trey Quinn, Barbe High School (Lake Charles, LA)
- 6,566 Receiving Yards
- 357 Receptions
- 70 Receiving Touchdowns
In 2013, Quinn broke Dorial Green-Beckham's national career receiving yards record. He also ranks third all-time in career receptions, and fourth in receiving touchdowns. The Lake Travis, Louisiana product played for two seasons at LSU before transferring to SMU. He's set to continue his collegiate career there in the fall.
Defense: Shelbyville Bedford County Training
- 52 Consecutive Shutouts
You only need one stat to warrant Shelbyville Bedford being your All-Time, All-Stats defense - 52 consecutive shutouts. From 1943-1949, they didn't give up a single point...
There you have it: The All-Time, All-Stats team. If you have your own, differing opinion as to who should have made this list, feel free to comment with your suggestions, and don't forget to subscribe to the NFHS Network to watch high school football ALL SEASON LONG!