There are several quarterbacks from Southern California that are on the D-I recruiting radar screen. Another signal caller from the Golden State worthy of attention is southpaw Sean Schroeder (6-3, 190, 4.9) from Dana Point (Calif.) Dana Hills.
Schroeder is a two-time all-league selection and led the county in pass percentage while hitting on 67 percent of his passes while throwing in front of a young and inexperienced line that had him throwing under duress much of the time.
As a sophomore, Schroeder threw for 1,523 and 11 touchdowns while hitting on 63 percent of his passes.
The scouting report on Schroeder is he is a leader who is very coachable. He is also very poised, tough, and is very accurate passer as his high percentage would indicate. He also has a quick release and can make every type of throw, from touch passes, to the out.
Colleges showing interest in Schroeder are Boise State, Duke, Cal, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, Purdue and Colorado.
Schroeder has a busy schedule coming up.
"I will be going to UCLA this Saturday to watch spring practice and partake in UCLA's elite junior day," Schroeder said. "I will be going to the Elite 11 Camp on May 16th and then on the very next day I will follow up that up by attending the NIKE Camp in Palo Alto. I'm not sure what team camps I'll attend, but sometime in June, I'll be throwing for Cal.
"Just this past weekend I attended Steve Clarkson's quarterback academy and I was named one of the top three quarterbacks there," Schroeder said. "One of the quarterbacks there was Matt Barkley.
"It is always nice having a guy like Steve Clarkson to give you praise and compliments," Schroeder said. "It is an honor because of how well know and established he is."