J.R. House is a high school football legend in West Virginia.
The former Nitro High School quarterback threw a record 10 touchdown passes in the 1998 Class AAA state championship game in a wild, 69-52 victory over Morgantown. House set numerous records in that game, completing a whopping 43 of 60 passes for 596 yards.
House went on to play minor league baseball, and even had a brief stay in the Major Leagues. He is now a minor league hitting instructor in the Arizona Diamondbacks organization.
In the winter, House and his father teach kids in Dayton, Florida at the House of Baseball Academy.