currently has two offers out to QB's in the 2015 class and a bunch more prospects such as Jaylon Henderson
, Dalton Banks
, Tyler Handson
and Quinten Dormady
are right there in a group that is still being closely evaluated for an offer.
The latter of that group is potentially the most interesting. In May of 2012, Dormady went down with a torn labrum in his throwing shoulder during the baseball playoffs. As a result it's going on nearly two years since he's thrown in a competitive football game, but he's 100% cleared and ready to return to action.
Had the Boerne Greyhounds been in the playoffs, Dormady could've played this past season. It's been a roller coaster for this 6'4" 210lb Dual Threat QB.
"Its been kind of crazy because I didn't play my junior year, everything is a little different for me. It's going well, but it's just different," said Dormady.
He does not have any offers to report, but UTSA and Offensive Coordinator Kevin Brown have had recent contact and shown a strong interest.
"UTSA has reached out, Coach Brown is really interested. He called my dad who's my head coach and told him they were going to be up there (TCU) this weekend and sure enough. I'm talking to their coaches and there's Coach Brown," said Dormady.
Since his sophomore year, Quinten has grown 2 inches and added 40lbs to his frame. Most schools looking at him have his sophomore tape where he's turned heads, but the general consensus is that most programs want to see him throw this spring or in a game situation.
Alabama, Oklahoma State, Texas, TCU, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, along with UTSA are just some of the programs he's already visited or being recruited by. As Dormady waits for his first offer, he does know what he's looking for in a school.
"The biggest thing for me is where I fit with the coaches. Am I going to enjoy my 4 or 5 years there and not always dread having to be around. Second biggest thing is looking at who they have at QB. Am I going to have a chance to compete and do I fit. Then looking at the campus and the town," said Dormady
Prior to his recent contact with the staff, Quinten does have some familiarity with UTSA.
"I've been to a couple of their practices and I went to their spring game last year. I like Coach Brown, just fitting with the coaches is a big thing. UTSA is there," said Dormady.
Quinten is waiting for the chance to show any doubters that his arm is even better than before. He continues to work on his arm strength and accuracy as he patiently waits for that first school to make it official.
"It would hold some special consideration being the first one to offer after what I've gone through, it would be big," said Dormady.
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Had it not been for a non-football related injury, this Greater SA QB would undoubtedly already have an offer. Now, schools are waiting to see him and UTSA is one of them.