2013 Steve Clarkson Field Generals Quarterback Camp

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When it came to Steve Clarkson’s Field Generals Quarterback Camp over the weekend, the list had no shortage of talent. From soon-to-be-seniors to the youth, there were plenty of quarterbacks honing their skills and opening up eyes for us here at CollegeLevelAthletes.com.

The Field Generals camp offered up some extremely talented quarterbacks such as Jack Lowary, J.J. Brooks, Troy Dixon, Sandy Plashkes and more.

Of the older quarterbacks that were in attendance, the more recognized names were David Sills (2015 USC commit), Wilton Speight, Brandon Dawkins, Brady White and M.C. Poe.

Much like the other listed quarterbacks, all of these athletes displayed great footwork and an ability to absorb information quickly and execute.

All of these names are ones to look out for in the near future of high school and college football.

For the younger names there, Tate Martell, Andrew Tovar and Denver Wilson (a 10-year-old quarterback in training) were demonstrating their already gifted abilities. Tovar will be an incoming freshman at Cathedral HS (Calif.) while Tate Martell is already a commit to the Washington Huskies. Wilson grasped everything Coach Clarkson was teaching him and executing extremely well.

All in all, the entire 75 quarterback roster at the Steve Clarkson Field Generals Camp impressed and left CollegeLevelAthletes with a slew of talent to watch for years to come.