The National Sports Report has teamed up with The Quarterback Academy, the nation’s most comprehensive and results-driven QB development program to present the QB Factory youth Football QB Watchlist. Lead by Arizona native, Dennis Gile, The Quarterback Academy provides Daily, weekly, monthly, yearly on field training, Film breakdown, Group sessions, Individual sessions, Leadership training and Camps geared to helping QB prospects of all ages get the most from their ability.
Coach Dennis is a native of Arizona where he was a First Team All- Arizona quarterback. Gile was a two-year starter at Central Missouri State University (’01-’02) and compiled outstanding numbers for the Mules program. He was a First Team All-Conference quarterback. During those two seasons, Gile combined to throw for 4,741 yards and 40 touchdowns. He broke the national passing efficiency record with a rating of 214.0. Gile also ran for 285 yards and three touchdowns during those two seasons. He would go on to lead Central Missouri State to their best combined record in the program’s history at 20-4. Following his career at Central Missouri State, Gile signed on as a free agent with the New England Patriots in 2003. Following his release during training camp with the Patriots, Gile went on to play two seasons with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League in 2003 and 2004
The purpose of this list is to highlight the talents of the nation’s top youth Quarterbacks, while rewarding the hard work and dedication to greatness that the great one’s display. The Quarterback Factory and the National Sports Report believe that the QB should be a leader and display great Character on and off the field of play.
QB Guru, Dennis Gile and his staff of professionals along with the staff at NSR will evaluate players based on film, stats, coaches comments and a specific set of player evaluation criteria to put together a very comprehensive and credible nation wide Quarterback watch list that we believe will carry the torch for the position going forward. If you believe that you have what it takes to make our list, fill out the form below: