• President’s List, Fall 2019
AT GEORGIA STATE: Reserve quarterback who joined the program in 2018 after a standout prep career ... Outstanding student who made straight A-pluses in his first semester.
HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-state quarterback with a career record of 39-2 at Savannah’s Benedictine Academy ... For his career, he completed 296 of 478 passes (62 percent) for 5,280 yards with 58 touchdowns and 16 interceptions ... Honorable mention all-state in Class AA by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution as a junior and senior; also a second-team all-state choice by the Georgia Sportswriters Association in 2016 ... 2017 Greater Savannah Offensive Player of the Year by the Savannah Morning News ... Completed 105 of 168 passes for 1,849 yards with 18 touchdowns and nine interceptions as a senior, leading Benedictine to the state quarterfinals, where they fell to eventual champion Hapeville Charter to snap a 27-game winning streak ... Two-time Region 2-AA Offensive Player of the Year ... Led Benedictine to a perfect season and the 2016 Class AA state title as a junior, when he he completed 68 percent of his throws for 1,850 yards with 24 touchdowns and just three interceptions ... Went 7-for-8 for 172 yards and a score in title game vs. Fitzgerald ... As a freshman, he was the backup quarterback on another state championship team.
PERSONAL: Nicholas J. Iannone was born Nov. 26, 1999 ... Son of Jeff and Robyn Iannone.