Tim Couch - over 12,000 passing yards, 133 tds, 75.1 completion percentage. Averaged 36ppg and won Kentucky Mr Basketball as a junior.
Allen Iverson - Player of the year in football and basketball and won state championships in both
Julius Peppers - 46 tds as a running back, won the triple jump state championship, state champion 4x200, all conference power forward for 4 years.
Greg Paulus - Gatorade Male Athlete of the Year, 4 time all state, McDonalds All American, Gatorade National Football Player of the Year, New York Mr Basketball
Ronald Curry - All American in basketball and football. McD's slam dunk champion and MVP of game. 3 state titles in football and 1 in basketball. Played DB and QB.
Drew Henson - 3 sport(baseball, football, basketball) starring in all. 70 Home Runs - 5K+ passing yards, 52 tds, 5 ints, 47 tackles. USA Today and Gatorade High School Player of the Year.
Joe Mauer - USA Today High School Player of the Year in 2 sports. QB and Catcher. 2 years as starting QB 73 tds and over 5k yards. National High School QB of the Year and ESPN All American. Struck out only once in high school in 4 years of starting. .605 average his senior season.
Josh Booty - 8th player taken in the MLB draft while he threw for 11,700 yards and 126 touchdowns, becoming the first high school player in history to throw for more than 10,000 yards (despite missing the last four games of his senior year because of a broken hand), USA Today Offensive Player of the Year, National High School Player of the Year by at least six associations, including Parade and the Football News. #1 rated QB in Louisiana the same year Peyton was a senior.
NO Lebron James he was a first team all state his sophomore season and that was it in football
Id have to go with Peppers followed by Curry
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