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Sports fans! Today, let’s talk about the 2026 QB from Auburndale Senior High School, Chad Williams, the quarterback who’s been turning heads with his impressive skills on the field.
Standing tall at 6’3″ and weighing in at 185 pounds, Chad is not your average high school quarterback. The 2026 prospect has been making waves with his good arm talent and the ability to sling the ball effortlessly as a left-handed passer. But it’s not just his lefty magic that’s catching everyone’s attention – Chad’s got some serious pocket awareness that makes him stand out among his peers.
Let’s dive into the numbers, shall we? In 11 games last season, Chad was solid, completing 89 passes out of 169 attempts for an impressive 52.7% completion rate. That’s no small feat for a high school quarterback! And when it comes to yardage, Chad tossed the pigskin for 1,322 yards, averaging an impressive 14.9 yards per completion last season.
With an average of 120.2 yards per game and 8.1 completions per game, Chad has been a reliable and steady presence on the field for Auburndale. And let’s not forget the touchdowns – he’s found the end zone nine times.
Sure, every player has their moments, and Chad is no exception. He threw six interceptions last season, but hey, that’s all part of the learning curve. It’s clear that Chad is not afraid to take risks, and that’s the kind of fearless attitude that can turn a good player into a great one.
He finished last season with a 81.5 quarterback rating, showcasing Chad’s ability to read the defense and make smart decisions under pressure. Auburndale might have a gem of a quarterback if he keep developing.
As the 204 season unfolds, keep your eyes on Chad Williams. With his good arm talent, left-handed prowess, and impressive pocket awareness, he’s destined for big things.