Field Generals Quarterback Camp Featuring Talented Prep Quarterbacks

Day 2: Top QB Recruits Shine

Day Two at Steve Clarkson's Field Generals Quarterback Camp provided the athletes with an opportunity to apply the skills and techniques they learned the day before.

It was a pristine sunny day at Cathedral High School and the quarterbacks made the most of the optimal conditions. In addition to the several training stations, there was a Madden Truck on site for the quarterbacks to play video game football to improve decision making and engage in friendly competition.

CLA was privileged to interview several rising stars and aspiring college level athletes about their experience and expectations for the upcoming high school football season.

Perhaps the most well known local standout was Oaks Christian quarterback Brandon Dawkins who already has offers from Notre Dame and Utah.

Hart quarterback Brady White, who Clarkson has called the next Joe Namath, should have a banner season for the Indians with his close friend and primary target Trent Irwin in the fold.

Another local talent to keep an eye out for is Cathedral's own M.C Poe who is primed and ready to take over the reigns of the Phantoms offense.

From the Collegiate School in Richmond, Virginia, towering quarterback Wilton Speight is on the radar of Nick Saban and Alabama as well an many other SEC and ACC programs.

The youngest standout was 14-year old Tate Martell who is already committed to Washington despite having not played a high school football game. Martell cannot officially sign his letter of intent until 2017 but there is no denying his talent and potential to excel at the next level.

Other quarterbacks to look out for are Mater Dei's Jack Lowery and Nordhoff's Austin Santino.

For the quarterbacks attending, the Field Generals Camp is simply another step in fulfilling their dreams and succeeding at the next level and beyond.

CLA was honored to attend and thank quarterback guru Steve Clarkson and his entire team for their gracious hospitality and access to such talented quarterbacks.