When 5 foot 1, 100 pound sixth grader Andrew Robison got a shot at playing quarterback for the High School varsity team, he didn’t wait very long to throw his first Touchdown.
When the starter sophomore K.C. Jorgensen, went down with cramps Robison got the call. The pass was a 63 yard pass to Aaron Thon.
As Yahoo Sports uncovered MaxPreps reported, no formal records exist about the youngest quarterback to throw a scoring pass, but there are no claims that anyone in sixth grade, let alone a 12-year-old, has ever produced one before. Notably, current Bear (Del.) Red Lion Christian Academy quarterback David Sills threw nine varsity touchdown passes when he was an eighth-grader in 2010.
As far as young quarterbacks making a varsity team, former NFL quarterback Tim Couch was a member of the Leslie County (Ky.) High varsity squad as a seventh-grader, but he never connected on a touchdown pass until he was a full-fledged high school QB.
Check out the Touchdown Pass he converted in the video below.