When Myles Brennan arrives on LSU’s campus next fall, he will do so with hardware in hand.
The 4-star quarterback out of St. Stanislaus High School (Bay Saint Louis, Miss.) has racked up plenty of accolades on his journey to becoming a top-10 pro-style QB recruit. He competed in the Elite 11, played in the Under Armour All-American Game and broke state of Mississippi passing records.
And Thursday, the Mississippi Association of Coaches named him the state’s 4A division Mr. Football.
Congratulations to the 2016 Mr. Football winners! pic.twitter.com/tZCBozStMn
— MACoaches (@MACoaches) November 10, 2016
As a senior this season, Brennan has throw for 40 touchdowns without tossing an interception, to go along with 3,231 yards through the air and another 431 on the ground.
The heralded QB prospect collected 17 offers in the process, but he settled on LSU early and hasn’t turned back — even when the Tigers canned Miles and named Ed Orgeron his interim replacement.
“Something drastic would have to happen for me to leave LSU,” Brennan told SEC Country soon after Miles was fired.
Brennan will be in enemy territory to receive his award. He and the other winners will be honored at a banquet Dec. 1 in Starkville, before he competes for a state championship.