VIDEO: These Tom Brady High School Football Highlights From 1994 Are Incredible

Tom Brady high school football video from 1994 shows him setting school records.
Tom Brady high school football video from 1994 shows him setting school records. / YouTube/John Kirby

If you're craving football while the sports world is shut down, you're going to have to get creative to find things you haven't seen before. For Tom Brady fans, a record-setting performance from his high school football days might do the trick.

Tom Brady High School Tape

In 1994, playing for Junípero Serra High School, Brady broke the school records for both passing attempts (41) and completions (22) in a single game, helping receiver John Kirby break Lynn Swann's single-game reception record (11).

A multi-sport athlete in high school, Brady was selected by the Montreal Expos in the 18th round of the 1995 MLB Draft after his final senior season, but, of course, he ultimately chose to play football at the University of Michigan.

Over his high school career, Brady racked up 3,702 passing yards and 31 touchdowns on 236-of-447 passing, winning All-State and All-Far West honors. He showed signs of greatness from a young age. Of course, Brady went on to be one of the greatest quarterbacks in Michigan history, and then in NFL history.

He'll be 43 years old this season, but if there's anybody that can continue to succeed at that age, it's Brady. He's already thrown for 12,989 yards and 85 touchdowns in his 40's, destroying the second-best marks in NFL history (7,148 yards and 44 touchdowns).

Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans have to be excited about what the 2020 season has in store.

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