VIDEO: Glendale’s Alex Huston winding down historic career

 

District play is underway, and with that in mind we are checking in on Glendale quarterback Alex Huston and his chase for national career records. He already owns single-game records for completions, attempts and passing yards, but depending on how deep the Falcons go in the playoffs, he could be in line for many more records.

Glendale is guaranteed 10 games this year, but could play up to 14 if the Falcons were to reach the state championship. At a minimum, Glendale has one game left and at a maximum six games.

Below are where Huston stands in each category for his career. Below the table you will see his per game average this season in each category and how many games it would take him to break the record at that pace.

NOTE: ALL OF THESE RECORDS ARE BASED ON THE NFHS RECORD BOOK

Pass Completions
Rank Name Number
1 Maty Mauk 1,353
2 Alex Huston 1,194

2017 Average Per Game: 40.3
Games needed to break record: 3.9

Pass Attempts
1 Maty Mauk 2,110
2 Ben Mauk 1,905
3 Chris Leak 1,745
4 Alex Huston 1,744


2017 Average Per Game:
57.4
Games needed to break record: 6.3

Passing Yards
1 Maty Mauk 18,932
2 Ben Mauk 17,364
3 Jake Browning 16,775
4 Alex Huston 16,119

2017 Average Per Game: 486.6
Games needed to break record: 5.7

Touchdown Passes
1 Jake Browning 229
2  Maty Mauk 219
3 Alex Huston 198

2017 Average Per Game: 5.8
Games needed to break record: 5.3

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