Quarterbacks rate their peers at Raise Your Stock 2009
ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- Even though the football players who participated in Raise Your Stock 2009 were there to gain college coaches' interest, ESPNRISE.com gave some of them the chance to play coach and evaluate their peers to see who impressed them at the event.
Billy Cosh, Arundel (Gambrills, Md.):
On Century's (Sykesville, Md.) Josh Bordner -- "Josh has great size and good velocity on his throws."
On Good Counsel (Olney, Md.) freshman Thomas Stuart -- "He's a great talent. He has good mechanics. I think he's going to be a great quarterback one day."
Jerry Lovelocke, Edmondson (Baltimore, Md.):
On Cosh -- "Billy's arm is awesome."
On Good Counsel's Zach Dancel -- "He has fantastic footwork; he's the best of everyone."
On Tuscarora's (Frederick Md.) Josh Marshall -- "Josh's arm is strong."
On Damascus' Connor Frazier -- "His footwork is real good."
On Bordner -- "He's real tall and has a great arm."
Connor Frazier, Damascus (Damascus, Md.):
On Bordner -- "Josh has a strong arm, and he throws a pretty good ball."
On Cosh -- "Billy's got a really strong arm, and he's very accurate. If I had Billy's arm strength right now, I'd like that a lot."
Raise Your Stock 2009 was not just for quarterbacks. Receivers worked out and took the time to list some of their peers who impressed them during the event.
Thomas Johnson's (Frederick, Md.) Deandre Scott was impressed by several receivers, including: Damascus' Greg Stanton, Lackey's (Indian Head, Md.) Frank Mickey, Arundel's Ronnie Harris, Westlake's (Waldorf, Md.) Aaron Kirk-Nichols and Nathanial Cross from York Suburban (Pa.)
Coley, who holds 10 Football Bowl Subdivision scholarship offers, was impressed by Goode and teammate Justin Hamm.
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