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No. 1 HS QB Julian Lewis enjoys monumental regular season
Carrollton Trojans quarterback Julian Lewis (10) scrambles out of the pocket against the Westlake Lions during the first half at Grisham Stadium. The 15-year-old Carrollton High student has already committed to playing for the University of Southern California Trojans and has been considered one of the top high school quarterback prospects. (Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports)

No. 1 HS QB Julian Lewis enjoys monumental regular season

CARROLLTON, Ga. (BVM) – Julian Lewis’ historic freshman football campaign put plenty around the country on notice as the 6-foot-1 Carrollton quarterback racked up over 4,000 passing yards and 48 touchdowns in his opening varsity campaign.  

The effort, which nearly culminated in a state championship win for the Trojans in their race through the 7A playoffs, put Lewis on the fast track to becoming one of the most talked about players at the prep level. With sky-high expectations entering his sophomore season, the Class of 2026 quarterback has so far done more than just live up to the ever-building hype. 


With all eyes on him in his sophomore season, Lewis has gone on to top over 2,000 passing yards in 10 games this season. The standout campaign has even included a near perfect passing ratio with his recent three-touchdown effort raising his totals to 34 on the year, to go along with just one interception. Expectations of topping his stats from a season ago proved to be a challenging task, but Lewis showed that the work from his freshman season was no fluke.  


The most impressive part of the 15-year-old’s resume may just be the fact he’s eclipsed the numbers with some added responsibilities. Lewis has been active in the high school NIL space, gracing the front of Sports Illustrated as the youngest football cover athlete in the magazine’s history. Add that in with his recent partnership with Leaf Trading Cards, and commitment to USC back in August, and you can see just how busy the star high school sophomore has become. 


“A little bit, [but] not really though,” Lewis said following last November when asked whether he’s had to adjust to the spotlight. “Everything in Carrollton helps keep you humble and holds you accountable. I’m a regular kid at the end of the day.”

While the extra work has certainly added to his growing schedule, Lewis’ focus remains on his team’s upcoming opportunities. Wrapping up their regular season schedule this past Friday, the Trojans set their sights on their playoff opening heading into postseason action with an impressive 9-1 record.

As Lewis inches closer to reaching his marks from a season ago, his recent campaign only adds to the hype that continues to follow him. With a dynamic Carrollton group around him, there seems to be plenty left in store.

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