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Get To Know Teddy Bridgewater

Updated: March 1, 2010, 12:24 PM ET
By Kynon Codrington | ESPN RISE

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Miami Northwestern junior quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is one of the top signal callers in the class of 2011. Bridgewater is an Elite 11 Watch List prospect and ESPNU 150 Watch List member. The 6-3, 180-pound broke the Miami-Dade County record for touchdown passes in a single game with seven against Hialeah-Miami Lakes this season. He holds offers from Florida, Tennessee, Miami, Rutgers, West Virginia, and FIU. In addition to being a star on the gridiron he plays point guard and shooting guard for the Bulls. Did you know? He also plays shortstop for the baseball team. To learn more about Bridgewater read here.

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Born: November 10, 1992

Favorite TV show: Fresh Prince

What's in my iPod: Tupac, favorite Tupac song is "Changes"

iPhone or Blackberry: iPhone

Mac or PC: PC

Dream car: Dodge Challenger

Dream date: The beach

Dream college: Harvard

Favorite vacation spot: The Bahamas

Favorite meal: Oatmeal

Favorite movie: Friday

Favorite sports team: Detroit Lions  

What I'm reading: Iliad

On my bedroom walls: Picture of a Lion and Tiger overlooking a waterfall

One thing I'd grab from my burning house: My mom, Rose Murphy

Worst habit: None

Most embarrassing moment: When I was 10 I was playing wide receiver for my pop warner and on the first offensive play I dropped a wide open touchdown.

Love to trade places for a day with: Brett Favre

My heroes: Rose Murphy, who survived Breast Cancer

Talent I'd most like to have: Play hockey

Favorite athlete to watch: Brett Favre

Pregame ritual: Listen to iPod and sit in the sun with in a jacket.

Best player ever competed against: Jeff Godfrey

Goal for the season: Win state championship

Biggest rival: My own team, Northwestern.

Best advice from a coach: "Stay humble."