All-Time Career State Records Updated

The only player to break a career state record last season was John Humphreys (left) from Corona del Mar of Newport Beach with 78 touchdown catches. Jalen McMillan (right) from San Joaquin Memorial of Fresno came close for career receiving yards and is currently listed second. Photos: &

All individual career offensive categories for the state football record book files have now been updated heading into the 2020 season. In addition to updating all career totals for rushing, passing and receiving, we’ve also now added the career state scoring records. Every player in state history with 70 career TDs or more is now in the book.

Note: This is a post for Gold Club members only. We have even longer lists available in these categories in our exclusive football state records section. Before the 2020 season begins, we sure have the extra time to have all records updated and ready to go. To become a Gold Club member for as low as 6.8 cents per day, CLICK HERE.

Note: We of course utilize leader lists for current players and we encourage all schools and coaches to use that platform. There can be errors in those lists, however, that are not edited (especially duplications) and there are still a few players who have unreported totals. MaxPreps also only goes back to the early 2000s. All California records before that were obtained through research by Cal-Hi Sports. We are the only source for state football records in California.

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