Around DIII College Football Matt Pawlowski(Northwest Guilford HS/Guilford College) has become, “A Legend in the Making”

Posted by Andy Durham on September 25, 2015 at 11:20 am under College | 2 Comments to Read

from Jeff Ames at Hero Sports.com:

Athletes come and go in all sports, and only a select few truly leave a lasting impression. Guilford quarterback Matt Pawlowski is poised to finish as one of the very best football players in his respective division thanks to his absolutely phenomenal play to start the 2015 D3 football season.
Sure, the season is just getting started. But when you throw for over 1,000 passing yards and 15 touchdowns in three games, it’s tough to reign in the hyperbole.

Consider this: the only players with as many yards as Pawlowski have each thrown at least 25 more passes than Pawlowski’s 86 (60 completions). He has the second best passing efficiency rating in D3 football and ranks number one in touchdowns thrown.

Still not impressed? How ’bout this: Pawklowski has played just seven quarters in three games so far this season.

“That should tell people how he’s doing,” said Pawlowski’s go-to wide receiver Adam Smith, who pulled down 11 catches for 195 yards and three touchdowns against Averett on Saturday. “But to further explain, there’s no question in Matt’s mind on the field. He always has a pre-snap plan and is more than able to adjust post-snap. He executes the offense play after play.”

Pawlowski was born in Memphis, Tennessee but spent the majority of his life in Greensboro. His love of football stemmed from Sunday afternoons watching the Denver Broncos with his dad.

“I loved watching John Elway play,” Pawlowski said.

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  • 77 Hornet said,

    Makes you wonder how many Guilford records would he have if Vogelbach didn’t transfer here.

  • Green 45 said,

    The record book is still open. Guilford would have to advance to the playoffs most likely to break Josh V’s records. No way can he keep up the 5 Td’s per game, or could he?