High school football is the truest form of sports Americana.
Fans across the country and in all 50 states rally around their local teams on Friday nights each fall as student-athletes represent their communities on the gridiron.
The achievements of these players usually go unheralded on a national level. But their athletic feats can be just as impressive as the NFL records held by stars such as Jerry Rice, Drew Brees and Emmitt Smith.
With that in mind, we celebrate the most unbreakable national records in prep football history and the statistical savants who set those marks.
Source: National Federation of State High School Associations record book
School: Folsom (California)
Record: Most touchdown passes, career
Noteworthy: From 2011 through 2014, Browning threw 229 touchdown passes, 10 more than the previous record held by Ohio high school star Maty Mauk. As a senior, Browning tied the national single season mark of 91 touchdown passes, equaling the 2007 feat of Corey Robinson of Lone Oak High in Paducah, Kentucky. Browning went on to star at the University of Washington and currently is a backup quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings.