One upstate quarterback, 2010 Boiling Springs QB Dylan Thompson, appears on the fast track to be near the top of the rankings when it comes to quarterbacks in the 2010 class. Thompson has quickly become a highly recruited athlete and schools have been showering him with mail and attention as of late. At 6'4 200 pounds and superb skills as a dual-threat quarterback Dylan is making noise in a major way. Thompson filled in SCPrepNation.com with all of the details.
"I have been receiving multiple letters from Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, Tennessee, Notre Dame, and Stanford along with a lot of the schools that were recruiting me prior to that." With so many high major schools trying to make inroads with the 2010 prospect we asked him which schools he was receiving the most interest from out of all the schools he's heard from so far. "Clemson, Auburn, Georgia, and Stanford have been on me the hardest, they are sending letters about every day to me."
"Stanford wants me to come visit the campus and come see a game. Clemson, Georgia, and Auburn want me to come to games too. I took an unofficial to Clemson for the Citadel game with Logan Stewart, Tyler Phillips, JuJu Bratton, and Austin Crowe and I'm going back saturday for the NC State game with my parents."
With so multiple recent visits to nearby Clemson just where do the Tigers stand with Thompson? "Clemson is my #1 currently with Georgia and Auburn behind them. After the NC State game we're going to hang out with coach Napier, coach Bowden, and coach Spence for a while."
Thompson and his Boiling Springs teammates have raced out of the gate thus far during his junior season. He talked about the fast start and how he feels with new head coach Bruce Clark at the helm. "We are doing great to start off. The linemen are all doing amazing jobs and we're working well together. Coach Clark is getting his system put in and we are executing it to the best of our abilities."
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