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Trendsetters

These quarterbacks are worthy of imitation.  They set the bar high and will dominate the football landscape for decades to come.  I invite you to follow their journeys as they demonstrate the skills that set them apart from all others.

Tate Martell

Tate Martell

Pro-Style Athlete

Height: 5'11"
Weight: 180 lbs.

Class of 2017

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Shea Patterson

Shea Patterson

Mobile Pro-Style

Height: 6'2"
Weight: 190 lbs.

Class of 2016

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KJ Costello

KJ Costello

Pro-Style

Height: 6'5"
Weight: 210 lbs.

Class of 2016

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Feleipe Franks

Feleipe Franks

Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 228 lbs.

Class of 2016

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Jack Allison

Jack Allison

Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 199 lbs.

Class of 2016

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Max Gilliam

Max Gilliam

Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 200 lbs.

Class of 2016

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Shawn Robinson

Shawn Robinson

Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 207 lbs.

Class of 2017

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Matt Fink

Matt Fink

Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 190 lbs.

Class of 2016

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Austin Kendall

Austin Kendall

Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 210 lbs.

Class of 2016

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Travis Jonsen

Travis Jonsen

Height: 6'4"
Weight: 190 lbs.

Class of 2015

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Brady White

Brady White

Pro Style Quarterback

Height: 6'2"
Weight: 190 lbs.

Class of 2015

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David Sills

David Sills

Mobile Pro Style Quarterback

Height: 6'4"
Weight: 195 lbs.

Class of 2015

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Wilton Speight

Wilton Speight

Mobile Pro Style Quarterback

Height: 6'6"
Weight: 230 lbs.

Class of 2014

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These quarterbacks are worthy of imitation. They set the bar high and will dominate the football landscape for decades to come. I invite you to follow their journeys as they demonstrate the skills that set them apart from all others.

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It was almost exactly 3 years ago exactly when incoming HS junior, Tate Martell received his first football scholarship offer to the University of Washington when he was, yes…14th years old.  If anyone at the time saw him play, they would know that he was just as special and unique of a player as his unique early college offer.  This was something that Tate was sure he wanted to do, and that was to receive a scholarship to play college football. 

 “I was in 5th grade and I remember watching the t.v. at the gym my parents used to own.  The local news came on talking about David Sills who has just received an offer to play at USC and he was only 13 years old.  At that moment, I knew that I wanted to have the same thing happen to me. “

 – T. Martell

 Fast forward a few years, and Tate found himself at Poway HS, CA where he played just one year before transferring to Bishop Gorman HS, NV, and took his team all the way to National Championship status as a sophomore.   

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It was a storybook season for the Gales and #18, Tate Martell was ever deserving of the hype that surrounded their success.  This was when Tate decided to open up the recruitment door again, and de-commit from University of Washington and see what other possibilities were out there.  

 “I wanted to take more visits, see what other schools had to offer.  I was careful to choose schools to visit that were a good fit for me as a player.  I really enjoyed each visit and the chance to meet all the coaches.” 

-T. Martell

 In the meantime, Tate received several offers and soon narrowed them down to his top 5, USC, Michigan, University of Washington, Texas A&M, and Alabama.  

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So here we are August 20th and it was just a few minutes ago that Tate announced the location of his future home…..TEXAS A&M. 

 “I am so excited to have this out there and have people know how proud I am to be a future Aggie!  I can’t wait to start recruiting future teammates to join me in College Station.”

- T. Martell

After all the visits Tate decided he wanted to make his decision before his junior season started.  Some may wonder when that decision was actually made.  

 “It was on my first and only visit to the Texas A&M campus that I knew it was where I wanted to go.  My dad and I were having lunch after the first part of the visit and I said to him, “This is the first school that I have been to, that if I wasn’t even playing football I could still see myself here.”  It was after that trip that I knew where I wanted to go.”

-T. Martell

 College Station, Texas is pretty much exactly what it sounds like, which is why they have nicknamed it “Aggieland.” 

 “When you arrive you notice that every flag and window has something related to Texas A&M, the support the school gets from the community is second to none, they truly have that #12th man thing down!  How could you not want to play for fans like that?  Some may see this as a difficult part of living in a place that is all “Aggie”, and wherever you go, you are recognized.  This to me is a constant reminder that being a quarterback is a position on and off the field.  How I conduct myself is just as important as the touchdowns I throw.” 

-T. Martell

 As exciting as today has been, there is always tomorrow which for Tate means two seasons of high school football with his fellow Gales ahead of him. 

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 “I am glad that I made this decision before the season.  I am looking forward to what is ahead of me, which for now is my team and doing my part to help win another championship.  I am willing to do anything to bring this team success and leave it all out there on the field.  We are looking forward to a challenging, but very exciting season.”

-T. Martell

Some may question how Tate manages this early rise to quarterback success, but the answer can be found right on his twitter feed.  Just a few days ago he wrote, “Maturity is achieved when a person postpones immediate pleasures for long term success.”  The young high school player seems to prove yet again, that he remains hungry, humble and #blessed with a very unique skill set.  

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The Bishop Gorman team will open their season August 29th with a much anticipated game against the very talented Chandler HS out of Arizona, which you can watch live on ESPN. 

Good luck to this #trendsetter!  

Posted: August 21, 2015, 2:17 am

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