Not many believe that Trevor Lawrence is only 14 years old and that he just finished middle school.
The rising freshman is a shade over 6-foot-4, he weighs 171 pounds, and he can sling the football all over the place.
Sure, there is plenty of room for improvement and he still has four years before college, but this young man will likely become one of the top quarterbacks in the class of 2018.
He showed off a lot of his talents Sunday, but remained humble after receiving the award.
"I think I did pretty good," said Lawrence. "I threw the ball where I should have at the camp, so I feel good about that. I tried to give the receivers a chance to catch the ball each time I threw it and I think I did that best."
His arm, his poise, and his size stood out to multiple coaches and camp participants Sunday as well. Lawrence was happy to be out there with older guys who he will play against the next four years.
"It feels pretty good to be able to compete against guys older than me and guys in my own grade. I know I will be competing against older guys in high school, so that will help me."I think I did pretty well against the older guys and I learned some things too. I had a good time."
Lawrence will be at Cartersville (Ga.) High School and he hopes to earn some playing time as a freshman. He wasn't born in Georgia though. He is from a state connected to the Peach State and a school inside that state is the one he rooted for as a kid growing up.
"I grew up a Tennessee fan," said Lawrence. "I am from Tennessee, a small town of Fall Branch (Not far from Johnson City), and I have always liked Tennessee. It would be great to get recruited by them."
Lawrence plans to camp at Tennessee this summer and Georgia is another school he plans to attend a one day camp at.
Expect to hear a lot more about this young man in the coming years.