Big Stat Dude Week 3: Keegan Stover

Rabun County’s Keegan Stover is coming off one of the top performances in Week 3. The senior totaled 8 touchdowns on just 22 completions for 481 passing yards in a 72-36 blowout victory against Adairsville.

Stover’s performance broke the school record of 8 touchdowns in one game and the 72-point total is a Rabun County school record as well. Stover talked about the record-breaking performance.

“No, I have never thrown for this many yards in a game before. I didn’t even realize we threw for that many yards till I saw it Saturday,” he said.

Stover is a new transfer over from West Forsyth where he had been a multi-year starter. The transition has been seamless.

“Adjusting to the new offense has been easy. The players accepted me right away by helping and we have some of the best coaches in the state so learning the new scheme was easier with my teammates and coaches helping me along the way,” Stover said.

Rabun County is 3-0 on the season and a consensus top 5 team in Class A Division I. For Stover, his goal for the remainder of the season is to continue the positive momentum.

“The only goal I have for this season is to win a state championship and I know everything else will follow.”

On the recruiting front, the 6’4″ 220 lbs. signal-caller has seen positive interest from D1 programs dating back to last year even. The senior is optimistic about his future recruiting outlook.

“Recruiting has been going good just thankful for it all. I went to Georgia Southern this past weekend but I went to multiple schools last year, but as of right now I have nothing else planned. Just waiting to see how everything goes to see where I want to eventually play.”

As Stover alluded to, winning will cure any recruiting discrepancies. For now, he’s focused on the football season where he is one of the state’s leading passers with 979 passing yards and 13 touchdowns. If his current passing trend continues, the senior is set to pass over 3k yards here in 2022, and a strong playoff push should cement Stover as a passing leader in the state of Georgia.

A season with that kind of production should move Stover up recruiting boards, so be sure to follow @RecruitGeorgia to hear the latest on the Rabun senior and athletes all across the Peach State.



  1. Reply Post By Ernie Bass

    Rabun must be loaded. They have him plus the leading receiver and leading tackler in the state. They are loaded every year.

    1. Yes, they also have another two-way player that transferred over from West Hall named Noah Legault who is fairly underrated too

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