Jeff Driskel is a junior quarterback prospect from the Sunshine State. Driskel, 6-3 and 225 pounds, is from Oviedo and Hagerty High School. Last season he passed for over 1,100 yards and six schools and six interceptions.
"I am throwing it pretty good and I am happy with my play," Driskel said. "I am making better decisions and I am cutting down on my interceptions and not turning the ball over."
So far this season, Driskel has thrown for over 700 yards, five touchdowns and two interceptions. But they are still winless.
"We are 0-5 this season and taking some lumps. We are averaging 24 points a game but we are giving up 40. It's still the learning process for us because we are a new school. It's only our third varsity season.
"We also starting running the spread and we are just getting to know everything about it. We have some athletes and more wideouts more for distribution. I feel like I can really throw down field and the mid-range passes. I can make some plays with legs as well."
According to Driskel he has scholarship offers from Auburn, Virginia Tech.
"Auburn was the first to offer and that was very exciting. I like the new coaching staff and I have spoken with them quite a bit. They are putting up big numbers this season.
"Virginia Tech has a great program. They always seem to be in the top five or top ten. I really didn't know too much about them but I have been looking lately. They are good and coach (Frank) Beamer is one of the better coaches.
"I have been to Auburn a few times. I went to Mississippi State game and I am going back for Alabama. That's a crazy atmosphere and the place was packed.
"I might go to Blacksburg this summer.
UCF, Florida, Ole Miss, and Miami are programs showing Driskel a lot of interest at this time.
"They are the ones recruiting me the hardest. I have been to UCF and like the direction of the program. I went to Florida/Tennessee and Miami/Oklahoma. I am going to Ole Miss/Arkansas.
""I want to decide before senior year but if I am not ready I will wait."