When the Kansas Jayhawks went looking for their do-it-all quarterback of the future they searched far and wide and narrowed their focus on Lake Travis, Texas, quarterback Todd Reesing. The 6-foot, 180-pound quarterback committed to KU back in July and since then has been dominating Central Texas football.
"He might be the best quarterback in the state of Texas," Reesing's father, Steve Reesing, said. "I think he's under-ranked nationally and he's on track again to be the offensive player of the year in class 4A."
The stats are impressive, no doubt.
Through five games, he's completed 75 percent of his passes and thrown for 1,325 yards and 20 touchdowns. Probably the most impressive stat though is that he's not thrown an interception in 110 passing attempts.
"He's done all that and not even played in the fourth quarter yet because we're blowing people out," his father said. "He's also getting it done on the ground and has 40 rushes for 261 yards."
Reesing said his son is still getting contacted by other schools, but KU fans don't need to worry.