The QB way

Rising junior quarterback Marquane Goodman wants to stay aexactly where is he is right now for West Florence High School.

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The 6-foot-1, 195-pound signal caller wants to be under center or in the shot-gun when he gets to the college level. That's what he would prefer, to play quarterback.

Some of the schools that are recruiting Goodman have indicated that they would prefer him as a wide receiver.

Earlier this month, he was at the Clemson camp working with Chad Morris and the rest of the quarterbacks who were in town for the second session of the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

"It was good to be there. Coach Morris is a really nice guy. He's a hard worker, coaches quarterbacks hard," Goodman recently told CUTigers.

Goodman, who passed for nearly 1,800 yards and rushed for another 800 last season, took a few things back to West Florence from the camp.

"Just the warm-ups, the warm-ups really helped me with my mechanics," he said.

This was his third trip to Clemson.

"It's a very small town, but it has great fan support. That's really nice, I like that a lot," he said. "Everybody is together on it. At all times, they're all together. No matter win or lose, they're still together."

Goodman will camp at N.C. State and UNC later this summer. He's been offered by Appalachian State.

"Main factors are education -- having a great education is one thing I'm looking forward to," he said, "And trying to get some playing at quarterback."

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