Myles Brennan, a quarterback at St. Stanislaus in Bay St. Louis, Miss., finished his last high school regular season with a very impressive ratio.
The LSU commit reached 40 touchdown passes on Friday night in his team’s win — and he still hasn’t thrown an interception.
Brennan tweeted out a picture from his senior night, a 20-7 win over Pass Christian which helped his team improve to 9-1 entering the playoffs:
Senior Night ? pic.twitter.com/QNyHdWeetR
— Myles Brennan (@mylesbrennan12) October 28, 2016
Brennan will have a chance to add onto that impressive touchdown total, while also trying to avoid throwing that first interception, beginning next Friday in the playoffs.
Despite LSU changing coaches midseason, firing Les Miles and promoting Ed Orgeron to interim status, Brennan has remained committed to the Tigers, saying something drastic would have to happen to change his mind.