Daily List: Single-season passing leaders in state history

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Football, listTylan Morton of Griffin became the all-time leader in passing yards for a single season on Friday, breaking a seven-year-old record set by Hutson Mason. Morton passed for 427 yards in a loss to Stockbridge and finished with 4,741. It was Morton’s third 400-yard passing game of his 13-game season.

4,741 – Tylan Morton, Griffin (2016)

4,560 – Hutson Mason, Lassiter (2009)

4,311 – Deshuan Watson, Gainesville (2012)

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

4,073 – Jake Fromm, Houston County (2015)

3,910 – Jake Fromm, Houston County (2016)

3,745 – Deshaun Watson, Gainesville (2013)

3,724 – Stetson Bennett, Pierce County (2016)

3,710 – Jeremy Privett, Charlton County (2013)

3,705 – Hutson Mason, Lassiter (2008)

3,663 – Trevor Lawrence, Cartersville (2015)

3,638 – Taylor Lamb, Calhoun (2011)

3,628 – Jake Fromm, Houston County (2014)

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

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

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If I’m not mistaken Stetson Bennett of Pierce could finish in the top 5 all time in career passing in GHSA football. It would be nice if someone could check on this and if so recognize him.

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