Maybe your favorite college isn't in the market for a quarterback in the class of 2010 and if that's the case there is a good chance then they will be heading down to San Diego (Calif.) St. Augustine where there's a signal caller out in the class of 2011 already making a name for himself. One Pac 10 school has already mailed him recruiting letters.
The young man in question is Evan Crower (6-4, 182, 4.8). He already has terrific size and he's only 15 years old.
Crower earned first-team all-league and first-team all-state for his sophomore class for the season of 2008, after passing for 2,905 yards and 31 touchdowns against only 10 interceptions.
UCLA is way ahead of the recruiting curve here as he has already sent the school letters of interest regarding Crower. Arizona and Arizona are also said to have early interest.
Is there a conference the youngster would like to play in?
"I like the Pac 10," Crower said. "I like the football/baseball aspect of the Pac 10."
"I grew up liking USC," Crower said. "The Trojans were always my favorite growing up, but that won't play a part when it is time for me to be recruited. I have liked USC since Reggie Bush was there."
"I would like to play in the Pac 10, but I am very open to other conferences and schools," Crower said. "I have a long way to go before I start to seriously think about that."
Scott Glasson of San Diego Ballers, a group that covers and films football players in the San Diego area, had the following to say about Crower.
"Evan has a very quick release and is very quick reader of defenses," Glasson said. "He throws on time and he makes good decisions."
"Even though Evan is very young, he has a very good handle on a very sophisticated offense. He has good arm strength and makes all the throws."
Crower is also an outstanding baseball who plays pitcher, first-base, right field and left field.
Crower is a name to file for the future.