Todd focused on improvement

Kyle Todd talks about his performance as a junior and his preparation for next season. The 6-foot-3 quarterback was one of the state's most prolific passers last year.

Kyle Todd talks about his performance as a junior and his preparation for next season. The 6-foot-3 quarterback was one of the state's most prolific passers last year.

Last season in 11 contests, quarterback Kyle Todd threw for 3082 yards and 27 touchdowns for Elizabethtown, leading them into the second round of the playoffs before going down with a leg injury.

"I feel like I did a pretty good job and I think my number reflect that," said Todd. "However there are some improvements that still need to be made. What I need to do now is keep improving every day, be an even better player and leader next season," said Todd.

Todd is doing a lot of work with his older brother, former Auburn quarterback Chris Todd, to become a better player for next season.

"I have been working a lot with Chris to get stronger, more agile and gain a better understanding of the game at the quarterback position," said Todd.

Todd is now hearing from a handful of schools at this point, although there are no offers in place at the moment.

"I am currently talking to Kentucky, Western Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky, Louisville and Miami," said Todd. "In the past week or so Northwestern and East Carolina have shown a whole lot of interest," Todd continued.

Todd went to Western Kentucky and Kentucky's Junior Days in the last several weeks and he will make the trek up to Chicago to see Northwestern in the near future.

Also in the future, Todd believes that his team will be a tough out for anybody in the fall of 2011.

"I think we will be hard to beat next year. This off-season we have refocused on our goals as a team and it has given the team a new energy that will make for some exciting football this upcoming season," he finished.


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