Former San Jose State quarterback Steve Clarkson now runs a QB school that mentors some of the top high school talent in the country year in and year out. In this Sports Illustrated story Clarkson's Super Seven quarterback retreat is the focus.
Dante Perez of Valley Christian High School signed with San Jose State in February of 2007 and was on the team for a brief period. However, the SJSU staff moved him to wide receiver and his dream was to play QB. As such he moved on to Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, Calif. Perez has decided to attend North Dakota State, according to WDAY News.
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San Jose State in the News - 7/9/09
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