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If my calculations are correct J.J. Jude has 2700+ yards this season. MaxPreps shows him with 2240 after the Montgomery game. I believe he got 180+ against Belfry and 280+ against Scott. If all this information is correct he has 2,700+ yards this season.

 

MaxPreps also show him to have around 330 as a freshman and 1900+ as a sophomore for a total of over 4900+ as of now in his career.

 

With the same pace next year he would be in the top three all-time rushing in the state.

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If my calculations are correct J.J. Jude has 2700+ yards this season. MaxPreps shows him with 2240 after the Montgomery game. I believe he got 180+ against Belfry and 280+ against Scott. If all this information is correct he has 2,700+ yards this season.

 

MaxPreps also show him to have around 330 as a freshman and 1900+ as a sophomore for a total of over 4900+ as of now in his career.

 

With the same pace next year he would be in the top three all-time rushing in the state.

 

Which will never be made official until someone from Johnson Central decides to report stats and records to the KHSAA

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If my calculations are correct J.J. Jude has 2700+ yards this season. MaxPreps shows him with 2240 after the Montgomery game. I believe he got 180+ against Belfry and 280+ against Scott. If all this information is correct he has 2,700+ yards this season.

 

MaxPreps also show him to have around 330 as a freshman and 1900+ as a sophomore for a total of over 4900+ as of now in his career.

 

With the same pace next year he would be in the top three all-time rushing in the state.

 

Next year? Hasn't he already played for 10 years (or so it seems).

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