Monday, December 17, 2012

Davidson Day QB Will Grier to announce college decision Wednesday

Davidson Day junior quarterback Will Grier, who was named to the N.C. Associated Press all-state team Monday, will make his college decision on Wednesday, his father, Chad said.

Grier recently announced his five finalists, saying Florida was the leader followed by, in the order he listed  UNC, Tennessee, N.C. State and Oregon.


Grier, the Gatorade N.C. player of the year, threw for 5,609 yards, a record for a N.C. quarterback. He also threw for a record 68 touchdown passes. Nationally, only three QBs have thrown for more yards in one year, and only three have thrown for more touchdowns. Grier’s records might not be entered into the national or N.C. High School Athletic Association state record books because he plays for a private school.


13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Go Gators!

Anonymous said...

Does anybody have a breakout of his stats against the only two good teams they played (Country Day and Providence Day) versus what he did in the other games?

Anonymous said...

Its all smoke and mirrors. This guy played against middle school level talent Friday in and Friday out. How would he fare against Mallard Creek, Crest, PR, WC, Burns, the Big I etc...

Anonymous said...

it's time for guys like you to go away. Your time is coming.

Anonymous said...

8:45am anonymous--what time is your union smoke break? I'd like to deliver the stats to you.

Anonymous said...

blah blah bla….man come on man he just plays against the sunday school classes. man come on. man. come on. man,butler,man mallard creek,man public school,man,cotton candy,man low riders,man,come on,sunday school,man ,man,man…IDIOT.

Anonymous said...

9:04-

I actually have seen the stats, it was more of a rhetorical question. If you take all his games against everybody except CD/PD and isolate those stats, and then compare them to the stats against CD/PD, he average somewhere around 200 yards less in those games. Numbers which do not differentiate him from other good private school quarterbacks of the last ten years. Only difference was that those quarterbacks could beat good teams.

Anonymous said...

Does it really matter where he goes? This kid will ride pine. Nough said.
Wait, I do want to reiterate how badly they got beat by quality teams. CD put a whipping on them. Could have hung a 100 on them...let them see how it feels.

Anonymous said...

This is as funny as a screen door on a submarine.
So let me get this straight. A couple online plumbers or carpenters are more qualified to evaluate the talent of this young man than that of the Florida recruiting staff. Tell me you aren't going there. Funny!!Funny!!Funny!!

Anonymous said...

thank you. great post.

Anonymous said...

No matter what this kid or davidson day does, peopeople still hate on them. Will and dday are great and deserve respect for what they have accomplished.

Anonymous said...

It will be nice once the NCISAA gets done with its investigation on recruiting violations and athletic scholarships @DDay. As far as his stats, the other poster is spot on. One of his highlight films shows him throwing swing pass after swing pass that turned into 60-90 yd gains. The competition they played outside of Charlotte was pathetic. It was not a coincidence that Dad and son went to DDay instead of Latin where the dad played.

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