In the middle of July, Southlake Carroll is maintaining its tradition as Quarterback Central.
With nearly 50 top high school quarterbacks attending, the Under Armour QB Ranch at Dragon Stadium on Monday and Tuesday also will feature some of the nation's top coaching with elite instructors Richard Bartel, Tom Rossley, Jim Zorn, Brad Johnson, Brady Quinn, Chris Miller, Luke McCown, Josh McCown, Jeff Blake, Brad McCoy and Jeff Dicus.
Among the top prospects attending will be Marble Falls' 2016 prospect Brennen Wooten, Carroll senior Ryan Agnew, Rowlett's returning junior starter Logan Bonner and Cedar Hill's 2016 prospect Malachi Broadnax.
Wooten was a standout for Todd Dodge as a sophomore starter at Marble Falls last season. The 6-2 junior has offers from Clemson, TCU and Kentucky and, along with Rowlett's Bonner, is being evaluated by Texas as an offer for the Longhorns' class of 2016. A top dual-threat, Agnew is preparing for his second year as Carroll's starting quarterback. With excellent speed and accuracy, Agnew led Carroll three rounds deep into the Class 5A playoffs last season while passing for 3,148 yards, running for 1,252 and totaling 51 touchdowns (31 passing).
"To have this much knowledge and experience on the field for two days presents an awesome opportunity for our quarterbacks and receivers to not only gain valuable instruction on the mechanics of the passing game, but also to really focus in on the finer points of the game from individuals who have coached and played at the highest level of professional football," said Bartel, a Grapevine graduate and former NFL quarterback.
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