A group of happy supporters cheer Caudle's decision to attend Auburn University next fall.
Caudle was strong throwing the football in Monday's 7-on-7 passing camp at Mountain Brook High. When asked about his summer and his health he says that he's ready to go full speed this season.
I'm 100 percent," Caudle says. "The knee is fine. I don't even feel it any more. I'm going to spend the rest of the summer working on 7-on-7 and we've got two-a-days coming up. We're just trying to get better.
"The summer has been real important," he adds. "I have to get confidence back that I can make cuts and still play like I used to. It has been a positive thing that I can work out and get stronger and get confidence back in my leg."
Caudle (background) fires a strike for a touchdown in front of a defender during Monday's first game of the day. Caudle led Spain Park to three touchdowns in its first three possessions in game one.
It is apparent that Caudle has spent some extra time in the weight room this summer. He's a more physical quarterback in the pocket and throws the ball with a purpose down the field.