2010 QB focused on season

Cherry Hill (N.J.) Camden Catholic has produced several top prospects in recent memory and Class of 2010 quarterback Joseph Brennan is another that should make waves in recruiting circles as time goes on.
The 6-foot-2, 179-pound pro-style quarterback has seen a lot of improvement in his game since his sophomore season.
"We're doing really good. We just played a tough game this past week," Brennan said of his Camden Catholic squad, which now stands at 5-1. "With our Thanksgiving Day game we have three more games before the start of the playoffs.

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"I've just been learning a lot this year. I'm just going out, playing football and trying to have a good time. The line is giving me a lot of protection so we've done well.
"My pocket presence has improved. I'm doing pretty good there this year. I'm learning to make smarter decisions once I get outside of the pocket. I'm starting to learn to throw it away when the pocket closes or when things break down."
On the year Brennan has thrown 15 touchdown passes in Camden Catholic's spread offense.
"I've been getting mail from schools like UConn, Iowa, Virginia and a bunch of other schools," he said. "They're just sending me a lot of information. I don't have any favorites right now, at least at this point. Right now I'm just worried about taking my team to the state championship and thinking about our season right now."
While Brennan is focused on the here and now he did take in Rutgers' season opener.
"I did go to the Rutgers-Fresno State game just before our season. It was pretty cool to watch a college game and see the level those guys are at. Overall it was a really good experience. It was helpful to watch them warm up and see the competition."