In the fall of 2011,
recorded over 2,200 receiving yards en route to a career total of 6,356 yards, shattering the previous record
of 5,867 and becoming the first high school receiver to amass over 6,000 receiving yards.
As it turns out, that record may be short-lived.Barbe (Lake Charles, La.)
receiver Trey Quinn
has a legitimate shot to top Green-Beckham's mark this fall.
The 6-foot-1, 190-pound Quinn has been a fixture in Barbe's offense since his freshman season, in which he put together 1,288 yards on 65 catches.
As a sophomore Quinn's production was nearly identical. He made 67 catches for 1,220 yards and 12 touchdowns.
It his junior season, Quinn made the jump from good to great. He was responsible for 115 catches for a whopping 2,141 yards and 26 touchdowns
With Barbe quarterback Kennon Fontenot
also returning, it's not unreasonable to expect the team to play at least a pair of playoff games this fall.
If that's the case, he'll have 12 games and will need to average just over 142 yards in each.
Not surprisingly, college programs are well aware of Quinn. He has roughly two dozen offers from top colleges nationwide.
According to his father Dave, Quinn has visited LSU, Texas Tech, Texas and Ole Miss over the past few months. Clemson is up next on the travel itinerary, as Quinn will travel there this weekend.
Quinn is also looking to take in Oklahoma State and Notre Dame sometime this summer, Dave told MaxPreps.
Whichever school lands Quinn could be adding the nation's all-time leading receiver to its roster in February.