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Corner Canyon’s Jaxson Dart Named National Player Of The Year
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – MaxPreps named Corner Canyon’s Jaxson Dart their national football player of the year.
Dart played quarterback for the Corner Canyon Chargers and is now committed to USC.
Congrats to @JaxsonDart on being named the NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR by Max Preps. @MaxPreps @Zack_Poff_MP @TalkinSports2 @USC_Athletics @uscfootball @keelyismyname @insidetroy @CoachHarrellUSC @ThePeristyle @PrepUtah @DNewsPreps @kslsports @RileyJensen https://t.co/Dptwi83Y6e
— CornerCanyonFootball (@CCHSFOOTBALL_) January 29, 2021
During his senior year, Dart broke Utah’s single-season touchdown record with 67. The Chargers are Utah’s 6A State champions thanks in large part to Dart’s 4,691 passing yards.
Prior to Dart’s touchdown record, former Lehi quarterback Cammon Cooper held ownership of the record since 2017. Cooper now plays for the Washington State Cougars.
National Player of the Year candidate @JaxsonDart breaks Cammon Cooper's Utah single-season passing touchdown record.
The 4-star quarterback for the No. 7 team in the country now has 60 touchdown passes in 2020.
✍️: https://t.co/CxIoxw4LRs pic.twitter.com/A4FQ2bNcrl
— MaxPreps (@MaxPreps) November 12, 2020
Before committing to USC, Dart narrowed down potential landing spots to Arizona State, BYU, UCLA, and USC. He committed on ESPN.