3,000-yard passers in Georgia history

Georgia players who have thrown for more than 3,000 yards in a season, according to GHSFHA.com:

4,560 – Hutson Mason (Lassiter), 2009

4,218 – Taylor Heinicke (Collins Hill), 2010

3,710 – Jeremy Privett (Charlton County), 2003

3,705 – Hutson Mason (Lassiter), 2008

3,638 – Taylor Lamb (Calhoun), 2011

3,612 – Jonquel Dawson (M.L. King), 2010

3,600 – Brian Ellis (Peach County), 2006

3,415 – Jonquel Dawson (M.L. King), 2011

3,358 – Tyler Brown (Colquitt County), 2010

3,351 – Wesley Hill (Crisp County), 2001

3,350 – Eddie Printz (Lassiter), 2011

3,343 – Johnathon McCrary (Cedar Grove), 2010

3,331 – Justin Walker (Lee County), 2010

3,279 – Robert Johnson (Americus), 2000

3,251 – Deshaun Watson (Gainesville), 2011

3,245 – Chad Bryant (Dooly County), 2003

3,187 – Fabian Walker (Americus), 1998

3,172 – Drew Little (Henry County), 2007

3,113 – Joshua Dobbs (Alpharetta), 2011

3,101 – Mashard McKnight (Ware County), 1999

3,091 – Dwight Dasher (Charlton County), 2005

3,090 – Al Pinkins (Mitchell-Baker), 1989

3,077 – Cedric Johnson (Americus), 2003

3,061 – Tony Plagman (Wesleyan), 2005

3,057 – Tyler Horne (Newnan), 2003

3,029 – Zach Stanford (Metter), 2003

3,024 – Drew Little (Henry County), 2008

3,019 – Ryan Whilden (Valdosta), 2010

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5 comments Add your comment

FridayNightLightsFan

December 27th, 2011
9:51 am

@GHSF Daily
How did Eric Zeier do? I know he didn’t play all his High School football at Marietta.

Panther08

December 27th, 2011
11:23 am

The school listed the most is Americus. They’ve been down the past few years but look for them to re-establish themselves as a powerhouse soon. Producing players/coaches like Dan Reeves, Chan Gailey, (current NFL player) Leonard Pope…..They will be back!!!

FridayNightLightsFan

December 27th, 2011
11:26 am

I see Lassiter listed 3 times as well as Americus. Lassiter has 2 in the top 5.

Leean740

December 27th, 2011
12:26 pm

Wow, Lassiter has 3 in top 11 with positions 1, 4, and 11. I knew they were a pass oriented team, but this really shows how strong they are.

Nice to see my Calhoun Yellow Jackets make the list at #5 with Taylor Lamb. He was a huge part of the reason Calhoun won state this year with these passing yards and running yards to boot.

Panther08

December 28th, 2011
10:15 am

You are correct. Lassiter has 3 (2 from the same player) and Americus has 3 from 3 different players.