Walt Harris Camp: Quarterbacks

Walt Harris has a reputation of being a genius, when it comes to developing Quarterbacks. Parents travel from all over to have their children tutored by Harris. The Panther Report was on hand during the Friday and Saturday sessions of The Annual Walt Harris Football Camp, here are some of the signal callers who were on hand.

Drew Willy (6-4, 205) Randolph High School, NJ
Willy appeared to be the top senior to be, at the camp. Fundamentally sound, drops are as good as anyone's. Perfect tight spirals on every pass. Nice touch on the deep ball, good velocity on the short to intermediate routes. Threw for 1,480 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2003 while earning All-Conference and All-County Honors.Willy holds an offer from Florida Atlantic.

Buck Smith (6-4, 195) Westlake High School, MD
Buck is a nice prospect; his main weakness is he needs to get thicker. Threw for 770 yards and 8 touchdowns last season. He has excellent mobility; release point seemed to change from Friday to Saturday. Smith might have had a strain from throwing so much. Appears to be raw, but after talking to Westlake Head Coach Dom Zaccharelli it was understandable.

"Last Year we didn't have the players in our offense to throw the ball a lot, this year we will" said Zaccharelli

Miles Schlichter (6-1, 190) Miami Trace High School, OH
Miles will be a junior this season and is widely considered to be one of the Top QB prospects in the country next season. Ohio High 1st Team 2004 All-Ohio selection. Most consider Miles to be a lock to attend Ohio State, due to his uncle and former Buckeye QB Art Schlichter, but that may not be the case.

"Most think it's a done deal, but I look at the roster they got Justin Zwick whose going to be there for awhile. LSU is really after me hard right now, so I'm open to everyone" said Schlichter

Jeremy Roberts (5-10, 170) Monsignor Pace High School, FL
Jeremy made the trip from Miami to attend Panther camp. Very athletic player is being looked at as an athlete. Completed 73% of his passes for 1,271 yards and 13 touchdowns, while earning 2nd team All-Dade County Honors last season. Jeremy has offers from a few schools, and was impressed by Pittsburgh.

"It's so green up here, it's really nice. It doesn't look like this down in Miami," said Roberts

Eric Cwalinski (6-2, 200) Shadyside High School, OH
Fast rising prospect completed 115 passes out of 198 attempts, 2,596 yards, and 25 touchdowns versus 11 interceptions last season.

S'javantae Gilliam (6-3, 185) Aliquippa High School, PA
Tremendous athlete with a big arm. Threw the best deep ball of any prospect at camp. Is getting interest from a lot of schools.

Mychal Skinner (6-3, 185) Kiski Area High School, PA
Big time potential, will handle the reigns for the Cavaliers this season. May possibly end up as a D-1 LB or DB. Skinner has tremendous athletic upside. He will be a junior this season for Coach Dave Grimm.

Other QB prospects that were at camp were:

Tom Hammel (6-2, 200) Churchill Chili High School, NY
Andrew Krewatch (6-3, 195) North Allegheny High School, PA
Joe McMonagle (6-0, 185) Central Bucks West High School, PA
Todd Rowan (6-1, 180) Labrae High School, OH

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