Michigan Wolverines Commit to High School Quarterback Devin Gardner

ErocWolverineSenior Writer IMarch 18, 2009

Devin Gardner

Height: 6'4"
Weight: 195 lbs
High School: Inkster High School (Michigan)
High School Coach: Greg Carter
Position: Quarterback
Recruiter:
Class: 2010 Recruiting Class (Verbal Commitment)


Overview

He is a super athlete who definitely passes the sight test. His huge frame is capable of adding size and strength while maintaining athletic ability. The kid just makes plays!



Strengths

A great combination of size and speed. He shows very good quickness and the ability to cut in space, avoiding the rush well, and he can make plays out of the pocket. Has very good arm strength, both distance and velocity.



Needs Work

His footwork needs major improvement, and he has a habit of throwing off his back foot or with his feet not set. He also needs to work on his throwing mechanics.


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