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Carrollton High School (Georgia) freshman quarterback Julian Lewis is projected as a special prospect given that he's arguably the nation's best young passer. 

But so far this fall, the 6-foot-1, 175-pound signal-caller is playing like he's already arrived.

In six varsity contests, Lewis has completed 110-of-166 passes (66.3 percent) for 1,598 yards, 23 touchdowns and just four interceptions.

On the recruiting trail, he has earned scholarship offers from Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Michigan, Ole Miss, Oregon, Texas and many others.

He's already taken visits to Auburn, Florida and Georgia this fall, and has a few more big-time programs on the travel itinerary. 

This weekend, Lewis will be making a return trip to Texas to check out the Longhorns.

"Coach A.J. Milwee and I have a good relationship," Lewis said. "He’s a great coach who cares about how I develop as a person and a player. I’m excited to come to the game. We just found out it was a night game, which made it even better."

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Next up will be Alabama for its game against Texas A&M on October 8.

It's a match-up that intrigues the young Georgia product. 

"(I'm) excited to visit when they play Texas A&M," Lewis said. "I know Coach (Nick) Saban is going to have them ready since A&M won last year." 

It's early, but Lewis is firmly in the discussion as the nation's No. 1 quarterback in the class of 2026.

Hoping to make a well-informed decision down the line, the Georgia signal-caller is already visiting the nation's top programs.

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