FORT WORTH, Texas - Quarterback Tommy Dorman is working hard and ready to start his college career as soon as possible.
Dorman proved that hard work has paid off. The Texas A&M commit went up against other top quarterbacks and showed his stuff this past Friday at the EA Sports Elite 11 quarterback workout at Texas Christian University. Winning the EA Sports Golden Gun Accuracy Challenge, the 6-foot-3, 204-pounder was sporting the golden jersey at the end of the camp.
Aside from that, he loved gaining more experience with footwork and drops before he gets to A&M.
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"It was great, because in A&M's offense, it does go under center," Dorman said. "One of the main things, in our offense, we don't have any on-rhythm throws. I realize I need to work on that more.
"The Golden Gun event was really a lot of fun for me."
Looking ahead, Dorman is sure to hear from more schools like he did right after he committed to Texas A&M. He says he received offers from schools like Nebraska even after announcing his pledge to the Aggies.
Dorman isn't focused on any school but one.
"When I committed to Texas A&M, I committed," Dorman said. "I don't want to look around anywhere else. I'm trying to stay out of contact with other schools. I feel a great trust with A&M. I don't think they are going to do anything behind my back."
With a December graduation planned, Dorman says that there were plenty of reasons why he not only gave Texas A&M an early commitment, but also why that commitment has stayed solid.
"I'd always wanted to stay in Texas," Dorman said. "That's my home state. My family is all here and they've been to every game I played in my life. But more than anything, it was the A&M coaching staff. I just felt comfortable. Not to take anything away from other schools, but I didn't get that butterfly feeling.
"After I committed, I got an offer from another school. A few schools still send me text messages, but I don't pay much attention to it."