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Quarterback to the Future.by: Richard Scott
© June 1999
Pick your poison. A classic drop-back quarterback with a shotgun arm and the vision and brains to pick apart a defensive scheme, or a quick, elusive option runner who can turn small openings into big gains and make plays on the perimeter.
But what if you could have a combination of both? What if you could have a quarterback who possessed evasive running skills and effective passing skills?
You can. Just look around. It seems like he's everywhere in college football these days.
Some of the best college quarterbacks in the last 20 years have been excellent drop-back passers, such as Tim Couch and Troy Aikman, and some have been dangerous runners, like Jamelle Holieway or Tony Rice. In fact, most college quarterbacks fell into one or two categories, but rarely brought the best of both to the table.
That has changed in ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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