Highlight/Skills Video

2023 Season First Half Highlights - LIAM OHANNESIAN
10 months ago
Summer 2023 7v7 Highlights
about 1 year ago
January 2023 QB University (Manhattan Beach)
about 1 year ago
Liam T. Ohannesian Game and Development Video January 2023
about 1 year ago
2023 Highlights
over 1 year ago

Academic Info


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High School
South Pasadena High School
Enrollment: 1551

Academic Accomplishments

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Awards and Activities

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Athletic History

High School History
  • 2023 Varsity Team
  • 2023 Varsity Team Detailed Information

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  • 2022 Varsity Team
  • 2022 Varsity Team Detailed Information

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  • 2021 Junior Varsity Team
  • 2021 Junior Varsity Team Detailed Information

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The Tigers completed their pre Rio Hondo season with a 5-0 record with the win over the Moors. Once again the Tigers were led by the offensive show of passing by QB Liam Ohannesian and running prowess of back Jason Hong
“I was very proud of what Liam did for us tonight,” Tigers coach Jeff Chi said. “He was a commander out there for the offense. He controlled our offense down the field and he did a great job for us tonight.”


Past Events

UNLV Rebel Camp
Jun 24, 2023 - Jun 24, 2023
UNLV, Las Vegas, NV
University of Redlands Summer Camp Series
Jun 12, 2023 - Jun 12, 2023
University of Redlands, Redlands, CA
Attended by U. of Redlands, Southern Utah, UCLA, Cal, Washington, Arizona State, Rice, Dartmouth, Georgetown, Hawaii, Colorado State, San Diego State
College Coaches Showcase Camp
Mar 26, 2023 - Mar 26, 2023
Fountain Valley High School, Fountain Valley, CA
Selected as Top 5 Quarterback in Camp
QB Universe
Jan 13, 2023 - Jan 15, 2023
Mira Costa High School, Manhattan Beach, CA
Feb 26, 2022 - Feb 26, 2022
East Los Angeles College, Monterey Park, CA
VTO Sports Elite 100
Feb 05, 2022 - Feb 05, 2022
Citrus College, Azusa, CA

Personal Statement

Thank you for visiting my profile on NCSA.

My objective going into my senior year in high school is to prepare myself for the next two stages in my life: 

1. a fulfilling and successful college experience
2. a career that I am passionate about and that challenges me and helps me grow each day 

Majors I am most interested in are business, sports management, marketing and law. I can say without hesitation that I enjoy being part of a team. Camaraderie, shared goals, shared wins and losses, and working together for a purpose all make the team dynamic important to me as a person. This dynamic also gives me the opportunity, both in learning and executing, to lead. 

What may distinguish me in collegiate athletics is my desire to learn and consistently improve. There's always room to improve. And I like to occupy that room on a daily basis. What may set me apart in collegiate academics is my strong desire to focus on those subject matters, experiences, examples and opportunities that are in line with my passions. Business, sports, and technology are part of my daily mindset. I see college as the place where I can grow and own the best version of me. That's my goal and I'm getting after it, every day.

I value good friends and my family.  I am happiest when I am with them. I also view college as a space where I can expand my circle of friends and family. I'm excited to progress into that part of my life and spend time and effort on those things and those people that speak to my passions and support my purpose.

Some more information I've added here helped me see, through analytics, where I was in comparison to other guys out there at my position.
Coaching, training, data, try/fail/learn/repeat, all these elements helped make me a better athlete over my high school career. This particular event was interesting to me and so I'm sharing it as view into how I think and how I work:

The throwing data was captured by Wilson Sporting Goods. Metrics were collected through a variety of drills during the Wilson QBX camps where players threw footballs using Wilson X Connected QB tracking technology embedded in each ball. More information can be found here - https://www.wilson.com/en-us/explore/labs/connected-football-system

Elite HS/College QB Averages | Liam Ohannesian Data

Throw Release Time (s):       0.45 | .5

Throw Velocity (mph):              44 | 44.8

Throw Spin Rate (rpm):         612 | 706

Throw Spiral Efficiency (%):    80 | 77

Coach References

  • Anthony Holly
    High School Coach
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  • Rand Holdren
    High School Head Coach
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  • Jeff Chi
    High School Head Coach
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Additional Sports

  • Volleyball
    1 years experience
    Junior Varsity Team
    Maranatha High School

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