Over his two-year career, Miyasaki totaled 2,648 yards, placing him firmly in third place behind Fremont's Austin Raught (3,445 yards from 2003-05) and Jordan's Cody Raymond (3,326 yards from 2005-07).
He also caught 29 TD passes and had 128 receptions from 2009-11, both the eighth best marks all-time.
Miyasaki is one of just five to average over 20 yards per reception during his career with 20.97, ranking fourth.
He's joined by Park City's Jono Schettler, who averaged 20.73 per catch during his two years for the Miners. Schettler finished with 2,177 career yards, which ranks 11th all-time.
Another standout receiver, Cottonwood's Inoke Lotueluei, caught 27 TD passes during his career, tied for the 11th best-ever performance.
Among other players, Spanish Fork's Hayden Neilsen has amassed 8,955 career yards of total offense, putting him fourth all-time but 914 yards behind third-place holder Riley Nelson. Nielsen has 7,191 Career Passing Yards, which ranks fifth, just ahead of Nelson. He's eighth in Career TD Passes with 72.
Logan's D.J. Nelson has moved up to a tie for sixth in Season TD Passes with 40 and 13th in Season Total Offense (3,923).
Lone Peak's Chase Hansen is tied for 18th in Season TD Passes with 33.
Jordan's Austin Kafentzis is fifth in Season Total Offense with 4,137 yards.
Millard's Pancho Alcala became the 37th Utah prep gridder to rush for over 3,000 career yards; he has 3,053.
As San Juan approaches Timpview's all-time winning streak record, here's a list of the schools that have won at least 20 consecutive games:
1. Timpview, 36 (2006-09)
2. San Juan, 30 (2009-11, current)
3. Rich, 28 (1994-97)
4. Bingham, 26 (2009-11 [not current])
5. three tied with 24: East (1955-57), Millard (1978-79), Pleasant Grove (1954-57)
8. four tied with 23: Bear River (2003-05), Dixie (1973-75), Skyline (1998-2000), West (1992-93)
12. Tooele, 22 (1928-30)
13. two tied with 21: Delta (1974-76), East (1920-23)
15. seven tied with 20: Duchesne (2010-11, current), Jordan (1946-49), Juan Diego (2008-09), Northridge (2002-03), Skyline (1976-77), Skyline (again, 1995-96), Timpview (2009-10).
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