This week's list of national football stat stars features a national record, a running back duel in Southern California and a big passing effort by the nephew of a former Heisman Trophy winner.
Kraig Pruett of Waldport set the national record
when he had 456 receiving yards in a 48-0 win over Culver. His single-game total tops the record of 437 yards set by Gehrig Dieter of Washington (South Bend, Ind.) in 2011.
Meanwhile Jacob Taylor of Rim of the World and Sty Hairston of Banning combined for 750 yards rushing in a 49-41 Banning victory. Taylor rushed for 389 yards and five touchdowns while Hairston had 361 yards and seven touchdowns.
Then there's Troy Flutie, son of Darren Flutie and nephew of Boston College Heisman Trophy winner Doug Flutie. Troy Flutie threw for 426 yards and four touchdowns in a 40-34 loss to Wellesley. The yardage total was a personal best for Flutie, a junior, who went over 2,000 yards for the second straight season.
Another player to watch is Jordan Fraga of Devine, who rushed for 454 yards and eight touchdowns in a 61-29 win over Carrizo Springs. Fraga upped his season total to 2,395 yards with 32 touchdowns with one game left in the regular season. Last year, Devine led the nation in team rushing with over 6,000 yards. Fraga had 1,070 yards last season while teammate Joseph Sadler had 3,887, which ranked third in the nation.
Stat stars are based on statistics provided by coaches to MaxPreps.
MaxPreps National Football Stat StarsT.J. Fisher, Waldport (Ore.)
, 23 of 44 for 548 yards, 4 touchdowns in a 48-0 win over Culver (Ore.)Max Partlo, First Baptist (Dallas)
, 35 of 48 for 506 yards, 6 touchdowns in a 67-34 win over Garland Christian Academy (Garland, Texas)Mike White, Cornwall Central (New Windsor, N.Y.)
, 16 of 25 for 500 yards, 4 touchdowns in a 53-0 win over Wallkill (N.Y.)Kyle Poeske, Boerne-Champion (Boerne, Texas)
, 37 of 56 for 492 yards, 4 touchdowns in a 49-46 loss to Hays (Buda, Texas)C.J. Frazier, Bluffton (S.C.)
, 28 of 46 for 481 yards, 3 touchdowns in a 31-22 loss to Summerville (S.C.)Will Simon, Sumrall (Miss.)
, 25 of 45 for 478 yards, 5 touchdowns in a 45-34 win over Southeast Lauderdale (Meridian, Miss.)Kevin Thomsen, Auburn Riverside (Auburn, Wash.)
, 35 of 55 for 466 yards, 4 touchdowns in a 48-38 loss to Bethel (Spanaway, Wash.)Kohl Stewart, St. Pius X (Houston)
, 23 of 28 for 462 yards, 4 touchdowns in a 49-20 win over Concordia Lutheran (Tomball, Texas)Easton Bruere, Rio Rancho (N.M.)
, 25 of 35 for 455 yards, 4 touchdowns in a 52-21 win over Cibola (Albuquerque, N.M.)Aaron Zwahlen, Downey (Modesto, Calif.)
, 23 of 31 for 454 yards, 3 touchdowns in a 24-20 win over Beyer (Modesto, Calif.)Jonathan Walters, Saratoga (Calif.)
, 32 of 57 for 447 yards, 4 touchdowns in a 44-37 win over Milpitas (Calif.)Travis Avila, Fossil Ridge (Fort Collins, Colo.)
, 19 of 25 for 438 yards, 5 touchdowns in a 74-28 win over Hinkley (Aurora, Colo.)
Braxton Berry, Garland Christian Academy (Garland, Texas)
, 19 of 40 for 436 yards, 5 touchdowns in a 67-34 loss to First Baptist (Dallas, Texas)Troy Flutie, Natick (Mass.)
, 33 of 42 for 426 yards, 4 touchdowns in a 40-34 loss to Wellesley (Mass.)Shane McCarley, Manvel (Texas)
, 20 of 40 for 424 yards, 5 touchdowns in a 42-28 win over Pearland (Texas)Will Grier, Davidson Day (Davidson, N.C.)
, 24 of 28 for 421 yards, 6 touchdowns in a 46-0 win over First Assembly Christian (Concord, N.C.)Caleb Chumley, Pine Tree (Longview, Texas)
, 24 of 58 for 417 yards, 2 touchdowns in a 70-48 loss to Sulphur Springs (Texas)Tucker Mendonca, Mt. Whitney (Visalia, Calif.)
, 23 of 23 for, 416 yards, 4 touchdowns in a 44-17 win over Redwood (Visalia, Calif.)Adam Lucero, Aztec (N.M.)
, 26 of 43 for, 415 yards, 0 touchdowns in a 24-21 loss to Piedra Vista (Farmington, N.M.)Tucker Israel, Lake Nona (Orlando, Fla.)
, 30 of 55 for 412 yards, 3 touchdowns in a 14-7 loss to Atlantic (Port Orange, Fla.)