Prepare to see crazy stats from future Kentucky quarterback Jarren Williams each Saturday morning. Last week he had more than 300 passings yards and 3 touchdowns. This week he upped the ante.
Williams completed 20 of 31 passes for 320 yards and 3 touchdowns, with one score from 63 yards. On the ground, he ran the ball 15 times for 63 yards and two more scores. Simply put, Williams was money.
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After the game, Central Gwinnett’s head coach could not stop praising the passer.
“I know there’s a couple quarterbacks they say are better, but I want to see them do that stuff against the competition we play,” Todd Wofford told Gwinnett Prep Sports. “These teams we play week in and week out are the best teams in the state of Georgia and he’s doing this stuff against them. There’s no cupcakes on the schedule. … This guy is putting the team on his back. It’s a group effort, but he’s doing stuff when we’re on offense that you can’t coach.
“We don’t coach that. Those two spin moves, that’s the C-button. That’s the video game C-button he’s doing out there. It makes you laugh some times when you see the things he does just natural by instinct.”
You’ll see Williams mash that C-button many times in the full replay of last night’s 36-33 win.