Stat Stars, State Records & More

Jacob Moss (left) is shown during game last year for Santa Clarita Christian in which he was credited with state record-tying 380 receiving yards. At right it wasn’t that long ago when Adoree’ Jackson was starring at Serra of Gardena. He’s one of many NFL rookies playing in their first games this weekend. Photos: Courtesy school & Student Sports.

From controversial Joe Mixon of the Cincinnati Bengals to new kickers Aldrick Rosas and Rigoberto Sanchez of the New York Giants and Indianapolis Colts, congrats to all of those NFL rookies from California high schools making their debuts this weekend. This column this week also includes updated state record lists for most receiving yards (single game), most TD catches (single game) and most yards total offense (individual/single game). We have a state record tie for receiving yards. Plus, we go over other new entries into the record book in three other categories.

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You never know how an NFL career is going to pan out. Even some who were never picked in the draft end up being great players and having great careers.

To all those from California high schools who are rookies in the NFL making their first appearances in games this weekend, good luck and go get ‘em.

Some of those in this group, like former Mr. Football State Player of the Year Adoree’ Jackson of the Tennessee Titans, we’ve been following for many years. Others, like emerging DB Jamal Agnew of the Detroit Lions, who went to the University of San Diego after high school, not so much.

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