His stats for his senior HS year include only 7 games of the 13 total games he played that year of those 7 games where his stats were recorded his completion rate was close to 55%, but also keep in mind he was playing on a team that was very run oriented. Lamar had 3 times as many rushing yards from the QB position than any of the other RB on that HS team. Keep in mind too, that at Louisville his pass completion percentage never broke the 50% barrier, and he continued on with being a running QB rushing for almost 1000 yards his freshman year then rushing for about 1600 yards his soph and junior years. His 2019 pro season was the 1st year of his entire HS, college, and pro career he broke the 60% barrier as a passer, as well as still rushing for more than 1000 yards as a pro. At the rate he's going I don't see him having a very long pro career, his body just isn't going to be able to endure that kind of punishment unless he figures out how to continue to grow as a passer and transition the rushing portion of his game into allowing him to move in the pocket seeking out 2nd and 3rd passing options rather than pulling the ball down and running. I believe Lamar is more of a outlier than someone you could use as a standard to set an example where being a HS QB with a low completion percentage doesn't mean anything at the next level. More times than not if your completion rate is in the 50% range in HS, odds are its not going to translate into having great success at the next level. My reason's for liking Brown at this point was his high level of a play as a HS soph, his athletic ability while also playing on one of the best coached HS teams in America. He possesses attributes as a QB that cant be coached......he has unlimited potential!