Pat Bostick and his Manheim Township Blue Streaks made their annual visit to the University of Pittsburgh over the weekend for the Panthers annual 7-on-7 passing tournament. Bostick had the chance to perform in front of Pitt fans for the first time since committing to the school last month.
The Manheim Township Blue Streaks are a young squad, but their senior leader and quarterback Pat Bostick
kept his poise and led them to the tournament semi-finals on Saturday at UPMC. Pat Bostick who is the nation's third ranked quarterback according to Scout.com, could have easily collapsed under pressure.
The poised and confident 17-year old, looked rather cozy at his future home as he picked apart opposing defense's all day. If this is how the talented signal caller is going to perform in Pittsburgh then Panther fans could be in for a treat.
Scout.com was on hand covering the event and we got the chance to capture some of the action from Manheim Township's first game on Saturday against Shenango. Here are some highlights of Bostick in action.
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