Tony Pastore is a player that will be looked at from colleges across the south this season. Running Sequoyah's offense last year, Pastore made 1st Team-All County. It is a very effective high school offense, but Pastore is looking forward to getting to camps to show that he can throw the ball downfield as well.
Pastore was very interested to know what kind of passes he would be able to
throw at the MSL Combine next week in Atlanta, and he was excited to learn that
he would get the chance to throw every pass imaginable. Teammate Cullen Harper
signed with Clemson last year, Pastore will follow the lead that Cullen set.
Teams liked Harper, but they wanted to see him throw the ball more in camp.
Harper left virtually every summer camp he went to with a scholarship offer, and
Pastore looks like he will have the same type of summer.
"Right now I like Georgia as a slight leader," said Pastore.
"I've been getting some hand written letters from them, and I went up there
for spring. I've also been hearing a lot from Tennessee, Louisville, Alabama,
and Vanderbilt. My Top 5 right now is Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, Alabama, and
Pastore will be a regular at camps across the south this summer, and he will
kick off his camp schedule at TheInsiders/MSL
Combine on Saturday May 1st.
Here is a look at Pastore in action as a junior.
#2 QB Tony Pastore
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