What may concern you: Boehme is still developing as a pure passer. He's more of a running quarterback who can also throw it pretty well right now. At the major college level, he'll need to become more consistent as a pure passer. He has a live enough arm to make a lot of the throws but, again, as a major college prospect it stands room for improvement. For a running quarterback, he's not the most athletic kid in the world, either. He lacks really good straight ahead speed and won't make a whole lot of people miss in the open field. Therefore, a lot of the yards he gets in high school by running over smaller defenders won't come as easy at the next level.
Bottom Line: Boehme also had BCS offers from UCF, South Florida, and Iowa State at the time of his commitment to Duke. Recruited like a low-end three star prospect, Boehme is one of the top quarterback prospects in the greater Jacksonville area for the 2013 class. He leads one of the area's top teams and becomes the second area quarterback to sign with Duke in as many years (Thomas Sirk in the 2012 class). He's a solid addition to Duke's 2013 recruiting class for sure.