Jeff Driskel is getting used to these things. While other quarterbacks at the Nike Football Training Camp in Gainesville on Sunday appeared to be pressing, Hagerty's star QB was right on the money most of the day.
And for that, he was hands down, the QB MVP at the invite-only Nike camp.
"I've been to a bunch of these camps so I've gotten used to being able to throw in that environment," Driskel said of the atmosphere, in which the media throng sometimes has all attention and cameras pointing directly at him.
Orlando's other high-profile quarterback Kevin Sousa of Lake Nona wasn't as pleased with his showing on Saturday, as a few throws got away from him and he didn't seem as comfortable and confident as usual. He anxious to get away from the combine environments and get moving with Lake Nona football.
"Yeah, I'm looking forward to starting spring ball," Sousa said. He does have one more combine on Saturday in Atlanta with the Under Armour Top 100 event.
Other QBs representing Orlando on Sunday were Michael Calabro (Bishop Moore), Matthew Flynn (Lyman), Josh Jones (East River), Brandon Kush (Seminole), Sean Long (Oviedo), Nick Patti (Dr. Phillips), Jordan Strittmatter (Lake Brantley), and Keon Brooks (Apopka) was working out as a wide receiver.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun