National passing yardage leader Devin Brown of Corner Canyon (Draper, Utah) is believed to be just the third quarterback ever to achieve a rare feat — throwing for over 3,000 career yards in two different states.

A high school quarterback playing for two different teams is not a unique situation. However those situations often involve players competing for different teams in the same state. Brown started his high school career at Queen Creek (Ariz.), where he threw for 1,761 yards as a junior and 1,319 yards as a sophomore for a total of 3,080 yards. As a senior this year at Corner Canyon, Brown's 3,557 yards tops the nation.

The first quarterback believed to have achieved the feat is A.J. ...

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