Possibly a new transfer QB? Says he quit football but now is transferring to tech. Was a 3 star recruit out of high school.
This was my thought exactly. He may or may not compete for an opportunity to play (I really have no idea about his skills), but if he wanted to move into coaching, this is not a bad way to do it.Could be coming in as an "assistant" to help with the younger guys.
Um, guys...this is a really good transfer. Don't know his competition in HS in South Carolina, but he made some pretty impressive throws. He can move on the run as well and pick up chunks of yardage. BIG kid at 6'5 230 lbs.
Not sure his exact role here, but the guy will make the QB competition better. One thing that stands out after some research is how accurate he's been every year they have stats recorded for him.
I think part of that thought was that he was out for a year with a concussion protocol and that he had decided to leave football. If he decided he wanted to get into coaching, then transferring to the coaches that recruited him originally (especially if he had a great relationship with them) wouldn't be a bad idea. My original thought was he only had 1 year left, but turns out he has 3, which changes the dynamic.He started a game at temple last year. I don’t think he’s coming here to just be a coach on training.
His competition was likely horrible. That's a small niche Christian high academic boarding school where you can actually live full time on campus or be what they call a day student. Those that do live on campus are like 95% international students. But that being said, you can certainly spot his skills in the tape.
How about our own Marco Coleman played 8 man football in hi school!!!Concur. His HS competition here in SC was non-existent. He would easily be the best kid on the field 99.9% of the time. Regardless, great football players sometimes emerge from these small, private schools. (Michael Oher) As he was initially recruited by this staff to Temple, I am assuming they know full well what they are getting in him, and if they are willing to let him come to GT, then that means they think he is valuable to the program. That's good enough for me.