Another Friday night, another five touchdown game for Kentucky quarterback commit Jarren Williams.
Jarren did everything for Central Gwinnett. He rushed for two touchdowns, threw for three and was named Homecoming King at halftime. Pulled in the fourth quarter of the 38-0 win, he still had a pretty impressive stat line.
- 13-17 completions, 213 passing yards and 3 touchdowns
- 121 rushing yards, 2 touchdowns
Williams’ highlights are always entertaining, but there’s one play he made last night that perfectly captures the essence of his playmaking ability. Sitting in the pocket, his grip slipped and he fumbled the ball. Instead of diving on it and losing yards, he casually picked the ball up and ran for 15 yards (1:00 mark).
“Casual awesomeness” is not something you see on a scouting report or in recruiting rankings. It’s a trait that can’t be taught and few have.
There’s one more awesome highlight you need to see from last night. Kentucky tight end commit Keaton Upshaw walked off the field with a one-point win, thanks to Lima Senior High kicker Cole Mericle.
– The Cube (@TheCubeDotCom) October 7, 2017