It's that time of year for aspiring college level athletes looking to improve their craft. The 2014 high school football season is in the rear view mirror and the all-star bowl games have run their course. For exceptional athletes like Oregon commit Travis Waller, National Signing Day marks the next step on the athletic journey.
Quarterbacks like Waller aren't born overnight. Hard work, dedication and the relentless pursuit of greatness pave the way to success. Quarterbacks serious about reaching the ultimate destination should seek out expert coaching with Steve Clarkson.
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Several of the top prep quarterbacks in the country were in attendance on day on of quarterback guru Steve Clarkson's Field Generals LA QB Camp on a pristine day at Maranatha High School. Gun-slinger Tate Martell was on hand fresh off leading Bishop Gorman to an undefeated season and national championship. Louisiana standout Shea Patterson was out competing on his birthday. Patterson holds scholarship offers from several big time programs.
Some local quarterbacks attending included Cathedral's Andrew Tovar, Alemany's Brevin White, and Thousand Oaks Max Gilliam. Joe Caplis made the trip from Colorado with receiver and track star Ben Waters.
The quarterbacks were divided into groups and ran through various drills aimed to improve footwork and technique. There was a Madden truck on site to gage their decision making and competitive fire. The quarterbacks had the luxury of several talented receivers like Bishop Gorman baller Tyjon Lindsey and Servite speedster Terrell Bynum at their disposal.
Clarkson and his top notch staff of coaches provide a positive environment conducive to learning and perfecting the quarterback craft. The quarterbacks will be back on Sunday to conclude the Field Generals LA camp.