Gunner Stockton – Rabun c/o 2022

BIO INFO

Gunner Stockton
Rabun County Wildcats QB #14
Class of 2022
5* Recruit (#1 QB in Class of 2022)

.996 247Sports Composite Rating
6’1 – 196 lbs

One of the most intelligible and top QBs we’ve ever seen, plays above his age and grade level, strong accurate arm, not afraid of contact (in fact, welcomes it), elusive in the pocket, elite internal clock, not afraid of small windows or the deep ball, has a will to win that is unmatched, ultimate team player, and perhaps the best trait of all, HUMBLE! -Brian Carter, BLITZ

CAREER STATS & RECORDS

YRPASS YDSPASS TDINTCOMP%RUSH YDSRUSH TDYPCTOTAL YDSTOTAL TD
20182,91734665%709176.83,62651
20193,47343672%1,126196.64,59962
2020
2021
6,390771269%1,835366.68,225113
  • 2018: 11-2, #2 State Ranking, 8-AA Region Champions, 2A Quarterfinals
  • 2019: 12-1, #1 State Ranking, 8-AA Region Champions, 2A Quarterfinals

TOTAL: 23-3 Record, 2 Region Titles, 2 10-win seasons, 1 perfect regular season, 2 Quarterfinal runs

STATE RECORD BOOK

Stockton currently sits:

  • 20th in career passing TD (77)
  • 43rd in career passing yards (6,390)
  • 12th most passing TD in single season (43, 2019)
  • 41st most passing TD in single season (34, 2018)
  • 26th most passing yards in single season (3,473, 2019)
  • Tied-4th most passing TD in a single game (6, 3 times [2018, 2 in 2019])

COMPARISONS

Stockton is oft compared to other Georgia greats Deshaun Watson, Trevor Lawrence, and Jake Fromm. In those comparisons, here are the numbers after two years and how he stacks up against Watson and Lawrence, the top two in state history:

Gunner Stockton – 6,390 pass yds, 77 TD, 12 INT, 69% completion; 1,835 rush yds, 36 TD

Deshaun Watson – 5,278 pass yds, 58 TD, 13 INT, 59% completion; 1,559 rush yds, 21 TD
Trevor Lawrence – 6,708 pass yds, 69 TD, 11 INT, 63% completion; 235 rush yds, 4 TD

KNOWN OFFERS

Gunner Stockton holds 22 offers currently known (alpha order)

Gunner’s latest offer comes from LSU as he tweeted out on March 19!

  • Alabama
  • Appalachian State
  • Arkansas
  • Arkansas State
  • Army
  • Colorado State
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Georgia Tech
  • Louisville
  • LSU
  • Mississippi State
  • Mizzou
  • North Carolina
  • NC State
  • Ohio State
  • Ole Miss
  • Penn State
  • Rutgers
  • South Carolina
  • Tennessee Tech
  • West Virginia

VIDEOS & HIGHLIGHTS

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2019)

FRESHMAN YEAR (2018)

FRESHMAN SEASON (2018)

Stockton’s freshman season saw him take over under center from game one on. The elite QB threw for 2,917 yards and 34 TD against 6 INT, completing 65% of his passes (190/291). He rushed for 709 yards and 17 TD on 105 attempts (6.8 YPC). He finished with 3,626 total yards and 51 TD.

He led the Wildcats to a fourth straight Quarterfinals run and fifth straight region championship while the team went 11-2. After losing his first start in a non-region game against Bremen at Georgia Southern, he rattled off 11 straight wins. The Wildcats averaged 46 points per game overall and were ranked #2 in the state.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2019)

Stockton had a ridiculous sophomore year, throwing for 3,473 yards (26th best in state history) and 43 TD (12th best) against 6 INT, while rushing for 1,126 with 19 more TD. That’s a total of 4,599 yards on the year with 62 TD. He completed 72% of his passes (239/334), and averaged 6.6 yards per carry. In the region title game win over Union, Stockton rushed for an 8-yard TD that accounted for his 100th career touchdown.

He led Rabun to a #1 state ranking, a fifth consecutive Quarterfinal run, a perfect regular season, a sixth straight region title, and 12 wins overall. The team averaged 44.54 points per game.

PHOTOS

Photos courtesy of BLITZ, CrumpPhoto.com, Tom Askew, and Bobby Escoe. Please contact brian@blitzsportsga.com if you need access.

AWARDS & HONORS

  • MaxPreps Freshman All-American (2018)
  • MaxPreps Freshman of the Year (2018)
  • MaxPreps Sophomore All-American (2019)
  • 1st Team All-State (2A) (2018)
  • 1st Team All-State (2A) (2019)
  • 8-AA Player of the Year (2018)
  • 8-AA Player of the Year (2019)
  • U.S. Army All-American Bowl Invitee for 2022 (2018) *youngest ever invited

Back-to-Back BLITZ Player of the Year (2018-19)

9x BLITZ Player of the Week

SOCIAL MEDIA

TWITTER – @GunnerStockton
INSTAGRAM – @gstockton14