Former Davidson Day School quarterback Will Grier has been named as Parade's Magazine's All-American Player of the Year.
Grier will enter the College Football circuit in 2014 as a freshman for the Florida Gator's, but he's still picking up high school awards for all of his hard work.
Previously he had been named the U.S. Army National Player of the Year in December, and these prestigious awards will only continue to add to his growing reputation.
Grier was a great QB in high school, he wasn't a dual-threat as such, but he was a great pocket passer that was also elusive and hard to bring down.
He has excellent touch and accuracy, and should go well for the Gators when he gets the opportunity.
Grier can be the prototypical pocket-passer, but he also has great agility to move around.
Over his career at Day School, Grier (6-foot-3, 190 pounds) threw for 14,565 yards, which created his standing as a great young QB.