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Frog & Firkin Southern Arizona High School Football Report: Final Rushing, Passing, Receiving Leaders

Bijan Robinson (Andy Morales/AllSportsTucson.com)

Southern Arizona Rushing Leaders

Stats provided by AZPreps365.com via MaxPreps
NameSchoolYrClCYdsAvgTD
Bijan RobinsonSalpointeSr.4A891,97422.236
Serge GboweiahDesert ViewSoph.5A1711,4048.212
Hunter OgleSanta Cruz ValleyJr.2A1691,3918.216
Brandon BarriosIronwood RidgeSr.5A2221,3876.215
Hunter PerryBisbeeSr.2A1681,3868.312
Preston SilvasRincon/UniversitySr.5A1901,3397.017
Julian LopezPuebloSr.4A1321,2379.411
Carson BarneyBensonSr.2A971,11211.518
Carlos AlvarezDesert ViewSoph.5A1401,0787.715
Anton JoseBaboquivariSr.1A1299167.114
Bijan Robinson (Andy Morales/AllSportsTucson.com)

Bijan Robinson Career Rushing Totals

Source: MaxPreps
YearGradeGPCarYdsAvg.Y/PGLngTD
2016Freshman9423789.042.0444
2017Sophomore131892,02310.7155.66526
2018Junior131702,40014.1184.69935
2019Senior9891,97422.2219.39236
Totals444906,77513.8154.099101

BIJAN ROBINSON FILE (2016-19)
Games: 44
Career Rushing Yards: 6,775
Career Rushing TDs: 101
Career TDs: 111
Career Points: 666

NOTE: No player in Arizona history has ever rushed for over 2,000 yards in three different seasons.

YARDS PER YEAR
FR: 42-378
SO: 189-2,023
JR: 170-2,400
SR: 89-1,974

BIG SCHOOL CAREER RUSHING RECORD
1: Bijan Robinson, Salpointe (6,775)

ARIZONA CAREER RUSHING
1: Casey Jahn, Northwest Christian — 2A (7,544), 2008-11
2: Bijan Robinson, Salpointe (6,775)
3: Brandon Long, River Valley — 3A (6,750), 2011-14

BIG SCHOOL CAREER POINTS RECORD
1: Bijan Robinson, Salpointe (666)
(Arley McNeil, who played in 1A at Patagonia from 1985-88, holds the state record with 688)

BIG SCHOOL CAREER TDS RECORD
1: Bijan Robinson, Salpointe (111)
(Jahn holds the state record with 112)

BIG SCHOOL RUSHING TDS
1: Bijan Robinson, Salpointe (101)
(Jahn holds the state record with 110)

BIG SCHOOL SEASON TDS
1: Nathan Wize, Sabino (51), 1997
2: Bobby Wade, Desert Vista (41), 1998
3: TJ Green, Chandler (39), 2016
3: Bijan Robinson, Salpointe (39), 2019

Alex Lopez (Andy Morales/AllSportsTucson.com)

Southern Arizona Passing Leaders

Stats provided by AZPreps365.com via MaxPreps
Name SchoolYrClCmpAttPct.TDIntYds
Alex LopezWalden GroveSr.4A123200.6152382,108
A.J. SkaggsSabinoJr.3A158243.6502091,983
Logan DavisSt. DavidJr.1A155240.64623101,973
Caleb QuinteroSan ManuelSr.2A116211.5502371,772
Dario MarchicaPalo VerdeSr.4A118200.59018171,723
Deion CondeSunnysideFr.5A114218.52313171,604
Jovoni BorbonBuenaSr.5A71133.5341451,346
R.J. WrightBisbeeSr.2A81113.7171331,165
Ayden OrtizTucsonJr.6A70157.44666839
Samuel BrownMaranaFr.5A78166.470312809

Southern Arizona Receiving Leaders

Stats provided by AZPreps365.com via MaxPreps
NameSchoolYrClRecTDYds
Dano LopezBisbeeSr.2A528866
Jordan LopezWalden GroveSr.4A3210734
Keyon TaylorBuenaSoph.5A248687
Kason JacquezSt. DavidJr.1A596663
Demier NelsonPalo VerdeSr.4A448659
Benny LagunaSan ManuelSr.2A407653
Hector NajarWalden GroveSr.4A365626
Anthony GalvezSunnysideJr.5A194573
Diego ArmijoSabinoSr.3A475567
Darius JohnsonPalo VerdeSr.4A334528

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