Kansas Quarterback Camps at In-State Schools

Douglass High School quarterback Skylar Travis is one of the top quarterbacks in Kansas for 2007. Travis has camped at both in-state programs and talks of the time spent at both campuses. This dual-threat gunslinger is ready for his senior season.

"The Kansas State camp was fun," said Skylar Travis from Douglass, (Kansas). "I left camp today. I have been there since Sunday. I thought the camp went very well. I had a lot of fun."

"Their quarterback coach [James Franklin] was a good coach. I had a lot of fun with him. He knows a lot of stuff, and I learned a lot from him."

Travis spent time in Lawrence earlier in the summer and talks of the camp experience with the Jayhawks.

"It was a good camp," he said. "It was two weeks ago. I thought I performed well. I tested well, and I threw the ball well."

Travis is hesitant to name favorites but, he clearly likes the in-state schools.

"Kansas State is a really nice place," he said. "Their football program is always pretty good. I think it's a good school."

"I really like what KU is doing with their program. They are changing the direction of the program. I think they are going to be good for the next couple of years."

Travis is seeking his first scholarship offer and tells us Kansas, Kansas State, Colorado State and Illinois are the schools showing the most interest. He plans to camp at Tulsa in July.

Travis threw for 2,400 yards and 24 touchdowns as a sophomore and a 1,700 yard effort with 18 touchdowns in 2005. Travis is a dual-threat quarterback rushing for 700 yards and scoring six touchdowns during his junior campaign.


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