VIDEO: Josh Allen High School Football Highlights From 2013 Are an Amazing Throwback

Jason Schandl
Video of Josh Allen's 2013 high school football highlights is an awesome throwback.
Video of Josh Allen's 2013 high school football highlights is an awesome throwback. / MaxPrep, YouTube

Missing football while the sports world is on hold? Buffalo Bills fans can fill the void by throwing it back to 2013 with Josh Allen's awesome high school football highlights.

Playing at Firebaugh High School in California, Allen's cannon for an arm and big potential were on full display.

Josh Allen High School Highlights

Allen didn't receive much national attention, playing for a small school and spreading his focus across multiple areas. In addition to quarterbacking Firebaugh's football team, he pitched for the baseball team and was the leading scorer for the basketball team. He also worked on his family's farm and won awards for his agricultural work.

He played one season at junior college before making it to the NCAA, and he didn't see much playing time until his second season at Wyoming. That's when he really broke out, in 2016, throwing for 3,203 yards and 28 touchdowns while rushing for 523 yards and 7 touchdowns.

Even after a down year in 2017, the Buffalo Bills drafted him seventh overall in the 2018 NFL Draft. He had some struggles as a rookie, throwing 10 touchdowns to 12 interceptions, but he made big strides in 2019, with 3,089 yards, 20 touchdowns and 9 interceptions, leading the Bills to a 10-6 record.

Allen also continues to be a huge threat on the ground, and he has 1,141 yards and 17 touchdowns on the ground through his first two seasons. Bills' fans have to be excited about the future of their offense if Allen can continue to develop the way he has so far.

For more throwback high school football highlights, be sure to also check out Patrick Mahomes in 2013Baker Mayfield in 2012 and Lamar Jackson in 2014.

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