Louisiana QB Shines at MSL

<b>Darrell Nevis</b> missed a good portion of his junior season, but he is definitely a prospect to keep an eye on this spring and summer heading into his senior season.

Spring camps are a time for players that may not have had a chance to make a name for themselves because of injury as a junior to get on the recruiting map before their senior seasons begin. Quarterback Darrell Nevis of John Ehret High School in Marrero, LA was one of those players that took advantage of his time at the MSL Combine held at Tulane yesterday.

Nevis missed most of his junior season with an injury, but he showed yesterday that he is primed for a big senior season. He has a huge arm and spun a consistent tight, accurate spiral all day long yesterday. He was the second most impressive quarterback at the combine in my eyes behind Ryan Perrilloux.

Nevis has not been hearing from many schools yet, but that is going to change. At the very least, colleges should be tripping all over themselves to invite him to their summer camps so they can get a look at the strong armed Nevis in person. Who are some of the schools that he is most interested in?

"Right now I like Miami, Texas, LSU, Georgia, and Florida State," said Nevis. "I got to play in about four games last year before I got hurt. I got to start in the district playoffs as a sophomore, because our starter got hurt at the end of my 10th grade season."

Nevis is not on too many schools' radar yet... but he will be.

I will have a complete MSL Combine Review from Tulane tomorrow morning including the top players at each position and a look at how the MSL Combine is so beneficial to the attendees.

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