Anthony Enjoys Another SMU Visit

2016 QB Luke Anthony made his way to SMU for junior day and enjoyed his inside look into SMU!

New Fort Worth All Saints Episcopal quarterback Luke Anthony has been a busy guy this spring, but took the time to get over to nearby SMU.

Anthony lives close by so it was easy to get over to SMU, but was happy to see the program in a different way.

"I had a really good time at junior day. I never get to go see an inside look at the facilities," Anthony said. "I got to see the weight room and the locker room, and they were both pretty cool."

Anthony got a chance to talk with SMU quarterback coach Dan Morrison again and Morrison made it known he's interested in the former Prestonwood signal caller.

He said he was going to come watch me during spring ball. I was really impressed with what he said about their plans for the new conference," Anthony said. "He thinks they can do really well this year and in the future."

After the visit, Anthony was happy he got to see more from SMU and it's one of his top schools.

"Seeing how they run the program was great," the 6-1, 180-pound quarterback said. "Right now, I'm really interested."

Anthony spent most of last season injured with a leg injury, but has been hard at work this spring, which included a trip down to the prestigious IMG Academy.

"The offseason is going really good right now. I went down to IMG Academy in Florida to work with Chris Weinke," Anthony said. "Now that I'm back in Texas, I've been working with Kevin Murray, so I feel like I'm getting some pretty good training."

"It's the best you can get in the country."

Anthony is settling in to his new school, All Saints, where he will have to replace TCU signee Foster Sawyer, but he's happy with his new opportunity.

"I have big shoes to fill since Foster Sawyer is leaving, but I'm really excited," Anthony said. "I think with the new players we have, we should do pretty good. I think we can repeat as state champions."

Anthony has also visited North Texas this offseason and also plans on visiting Texas Tech.

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