Florida Quarterback Competition Provides National Stage with Mastrole QB SUPER 7
Mastrole QB Academy Provides National Stage with Super 7 Quarterback Competition
Ken Mastrole along with Larry Blustein and South Florida High School Sports created a unique quarterback competition in South Florida called the Super 7. The event featured an invite only of 42 of the top quarterbacks from all over the state of Florida. Quarterbacks competed in game type situations and required to make throws and movements that simulated game scenarios. The event was scored on points and the winner of each flight would have the opportunity to compete in the finals with a chance to be named MVP. In 2013 class of 2017 Toddy Centeio burst onto the scene and won the competition as a freshman. From there Centeio would go one and receive offers from University of Miami, Temple, NC State, and other power conference schools. Centeio, who recently committed to the University of Miami, made the Super 7 in 2014 with a strong showing in accuracy, arm strength, footwork, and consistency. “What separates this competition from others is the fact that we are testing real life situations and throws using live receivers, pocket awareness drills, and anticipation” said Mastrole. “We are testing each quarterback through high speed film and defensive recognition” adds Mastrole. Quarterbacks that have trained with the Mastrole Quarterback Academy have experienced direct results and are being recognized by college coaches through proper fundamentals, mechanics, and the ability to diagnosis the game faster then the average quarterback. This year’s winner Tyler Huntley of Hallandale Beach High School was impressive and consistent throughout the entire competition. The Super 7 named this year were: Kato Nelson of Champagnat HS, Jason Brown of American Heritage Plantation, Nick Holm of Calvary Christian, Toddy Centeio of Royal Palm Beach Academy, Jhakari Harrison of Coconut Creek High School, Murphy Theodore of Miami High.
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