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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.

By: Matt Vines

Shreveport Times

http://www.shreveporttimes.com/sports/

Calvary quarterback Shea Patterson is being pursued by almost every major college football imaginable, but the sleek signal caller didn’t always have that quarterback look.

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Patterson looked more like a fullback in his younger days before eventually outgrowing the “pudge.”

The junior shared this story and other facets of his life away from the football field.

"I was really fat in the fifth and sixth grade," Patterson said. “Short, too. About 5-foot-4, 160 pounds. I was back there playing QB in the fifth grade, but when I was in third and fourth grade, I was a fullback and middle linebacker and I liked to kill people. I never would have guessed I would be a quarterback.”

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Question: Do you take that “fullback mentality” when you run?

Answer: Not so much. I try to use elusiveness. But every once in a while, that third or fourth grader likes to come out in me, and I try to run somebody over.

Q: You’re one of five children (one older brother, two older sisters and one younger brother). What’s the family’s favorite activity?

A: We’re really kind of a laid back family. We have big plans but end up just talking and chilling. After school, I play NCAA Football and I whoop (younger brother Nicholas’) tail. We have this thing where I can only play with schools that have offered me … we keep a tally sheet, and it’s a little lopsided right now … My winning percentage is about 110 percent, and the only time I lose is when I try to make him feel better about himself. It’s a blessing to having so many siblings, and I want to have a big family when I get older. They’ve taught me so many lessons … My sisters live in Kingsville (Texas) and San Antonio, and they came to every game last year. They are my biggest supporters.

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(Family shot minus Shea’s older sisters and brother)

Q: What’s your favorite food?

A: Chinese is my favorite, gotta be China Buffet. I’ve got to get sesame chicken, orange chicken, egg rolls, crab rangoon. Gotta hit the white rice with the soy sauce. I’ve got to watch my figure in-season … but in the offseason I pig out because I work out so much.

Q: What’s your favorite non-football activity?

A: Usually I’m just working out in the offseason. But I like to go to the driving range. I’m a terrible golfer, but I like to kill the ball. I can hit it 280 yards, I just don’t know where it’s going.

Q: Do you plan on playing basketball again?

A: Right now it’s debatable, but I’m playing baseball for sure. When I was little, that was the thing I thought I would do. Middle school is when the football thing took over. I didn’t play (baseball) last year to focus on football in spring. I usually play in the infield. My main position in Texas was shortstop … but I ended up playing first base because that’s what they needed … Last year, I told (my teammates) that I was playing baseball. Right now, they don’t believe me. And they give me crap about it. But it’s happening this year.

Q: You’ve said basketball and other sports help increase your athleticism. Do you have a go-to move or shot on the basketball court?

A: It’s a dunk. I’m dunking now. As long as my team wins and get two points with a dunk, we’re good.

Q: You’ve taken a lot of trips for recruiting visits, but do you have a favorite city or region you’ve visited on a vacation or a trip?

A: Not necessarily, but I like going out to LA with my quarterbacks coach.

I got to take a look around USC. Talked to (USC coach Steve Sarkisian). He’s a really cool guy.

Follow Matt Vines on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/mattrvines

Follow Shea on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/sheapatt_6

Posted: November 21, 2014, 9:21 pm

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