In this episode of "Sports Stars of Tomorrow," we meet Trevor Lawrence, a top quarterback prospect. Standing at six feet six inches tall, Trevor is a Clemson commit from Cartersville High School in Atlanta, Georgia. His high school career has been highly impressive. Trevor possesses the ideal size for a quarterback and his powerful arm has impressed scouts for years. Since becoming Cartersville's starting quarterback during his freshman season, Trevor has achieved remarkable success. He has never lost a regular-season game, boasting a record of 52-2 as a starter, and has led his team to two state championships. Trevor has even set new state records, throwing for an astonishing 13,988 yards, surpassing records previously held by NFL quarterback Deshaun Watson. Despite his records and accolades, Trevor remains focused on winning and improving his game. He has been named the Georgia Gatorade Player of the Year twice and received the US Army National Player of the Year award.