Day One at Steve Clarkson's Quarterback Retreat in San Diego featured some of the most talented quarterbacks in the country. D1 bound quarterbacks in attendance included Michigan commit Wilton Speight.
Day Two at Steve Clarkson Quarterback Retreat at Coronado High in San Diego provided the talented quarterbacks the opportunity to build on the experience and knowledge gleaned from Day One.
Once again, the weather conditions were optimal for Steve Clarkson and his quality team of instructors to teach the young signal callers the skills and techniques necessary to be a successful quarterback.
Day One at Steve Clarkson's Quarterback Retreat in San Diego featured some of the most talented quarterbacks in the country. D1 bound quarterbacks in attendance included Michigan commit Wilton Speight, Hart quarterback Brady White, Chaminade quarterback Brad Kaaya and Oaks Christian signal caller Brandon Dawkins.
The two-day event is taking place at Coronado High School under pristine weather conditions.
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.
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.
Find photos on CLA from the 2013 Steve Clarkson Field Generals Quarterback Camp that feature the top high school QB recruits from across the country. Day one featured Notre Dame quarterback recruit Brandon Dawkins from Oaks Christian High School, along with highly-touted 2014 QB Wilton Speight from Richmond, Virginia (Collegiate School). USC commit David Sills was also in attendance along with several other top QB recruits.
Day One at quarterback guru Steve Clarkson’s Field Generals Camp provided CLA with a glimpse at some of the most talented young arms in the country. The two-day event sold out quickly and provides immeasurable knowledge to all those in attendance.
75 aspiring college level athletes were afforded the privilege of being coached up by one of the best in the business in Clarkson.
During his collegiate career, Clarkson was a 3-year starter and two-time Academic All-American at San Jose State University under legendary coach Jack Elway.
Isaac Copeland is a name that many colleges recruiters didn't get to hear until this summer. I saac Copeland is a 6'9" class of 2014 power forwards that plays for Miller School (VA). Copeland didn't play much for his previous school, Ravenscoft (Raleigh, NC).
After last season, the junior baller still has much to prove. Although Copeland has a slim body, he has something most recruits his size lack, which is an all-around game. Copeland can play down low, and he has an excellent mid-range game. He is an absolute beast on defense and can become a really good shot blocker.
With the recent firing of Virginia Tech Head Coach Seth Greenburg, you wonder if basketball commit Montrezl Harrell will stay a Hokie. This 6'7" forward is a man amongst boys. No matter who the competition is, Harrell is always one of the best players on the floor.
He gives it his all everyday and no matter what college roster he ends up playing on next year, you can expect big things. With his never-give-up attitude he could start on any high-profile D1 roster as a freshman. Montrezl Harrell. Remember the name!