Winning two state titles and only losing two games in two years shows that this kid is a winner. He's now made his college choice.

One of Ohio's top QB's at the high school level has made his college choice. Cincinnati Elder's Rob Florian led the Panthers to two Division I State Championships. While Florian was a winner at Elder, lots of college teams felt the 5'11 field general was too short to play at a higher level.

That was all the better for The University of Dayton. While Dayton is a DI-AA non-scholarship school, the fact they have one of the best football programs and top coaches in Mike Kelly makes a strong impression on many of the local talent.

In the past two seasons Florian had a 28-2 record and career totals of 4,366 passing yards, 1,699 rushing yards with 56 total touchdowns.

Ohio Dominican University along with several other DI-AA, NAIA, DII and DIII programs were looking at trying to get Rob.

OPS wishes Rob the best at Dayton.

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