Class of 2020 Preview

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The JenkinsQB class of 2020 is tied with 2019 as our biggest  class of signal callers. The class features ten quarterbacks throughout the state of Colorado and California. Join us in taking an in-depth look at the future stars of tomorrow.

Connor Burke – Connor is a tremendous athlete at the quarterback spot in this years class. He has great potential in terms of being the next best dual threat quarterback in Colorado. He can run it as well as drop back and make plays from the pocket. He has been working hard on the board and breaking down tape to improve his functional football intelligence. He will be tough to stop once he reaches the high school level.

Cole Bott – Cole is an extremely gifted natural passer of the football for this class. He understands footwork and throwing mechanics extremely well and can absolutely spin it with everyone in his class and in the 2019 class. As he continues his work in the weight room he will only improve in terms of his size and the ability to throw the ball even further down field. He is one to watch in the years to come.

Shane Compton – Shane is a converted linebacker and very new to the quarterback position. With that being said he has picked up the spot with a rapid pace. He has caught up his feet to his natural arm talent ability. Shane can go out and throw it with anyone and now with his mechanics and footwork catching up the sky is the limit for him as a quarterback.

JR Hart – JR may have one of the strongest arms I have ever worked with at his age. When I first saw him he was the definition of a raw power passer. He could throw everything hard and as far as he wanted but was not sure what to do with his feet and the rest of his body. Now JR is tied in with his feet and his lower body mechanics and has added even more arm strength to his already through the rough arm talent. He will be an amazing passer for years to come.

Gavin Herberg – Gavin is a new addition to our program just joining in August. He has done a tremendous job absorbing as much information as possible and quickly catching up on mechanics and football IQ. Gavin is an extremely polished passer and plays on a great team this year. He consistently makes the right choice and once everything comes together and he becomes a total body passer he will be able to throw it as hard and as far as he wants.

Brent Huber – Brent has been on an absolute tear to start this season and it is due to all the hard work I have seen him put in. Brent is an unbelievably sound passer and a great athlete outside of the pocket. He can play in any kind of offense you put him in and will have great success. He is going to be one of the best athletes in this class and will make a high school team very happy when they get him as a freshman.

Reid Moser – Reid is another new addition to our program this summer. He has worked extremely hard on his mechanics and specifically balancing up on his finish. He has a great frame with good height and a great brain for football. He is an extremely smart kid which will set him up for long term success at the position. He has an extremely gifted arm as a passer and will be a force to be reckoned with once he ties it all together!

Jack Moss – Jack is another new addition to the program as well. Watching Jack in the Rumble at the Rock tournament he is an extremely blessed in game passer understanding where his receivers will be and where the defense is weak. Having worked with him now he is competitive and a perfectionist which are two of the most sought after traits a quarterback can have. As his throwing motion gets more natural he will continue to develop what is already an extremely strong and accurate arm. He is one to watch as this class gets to high school.

Skylar Nakpiban – Skylar is one of our JenkinsQB quarterbacks from California. I have been fortunate to work with Skylar when I go to Clovis California on their spring breaks. When you look at Sky you see a great frame and natural athlete who is gifted with great arm talent. As his footwork continues to improve with his relentless work ethic he will be one of the top passers to watch in this class. The ceiling is extremely high for his potential and I can’t wait to see where he takes it.

Will Samudio – Since I first started working with Will you can tell he has tremendous functional football intelligence. He is quiet but always understands what is going on and is one of the most accurate passers in this class. He always does a good job of putting the ball where it needs to be to avoid bad situations and sees angles in the passing game that most don’t. As he continues to work hard in the weight room and fill out his frame he will add even more arm talent to the smooth delivery he has and make a high school very lucky when he gets there.

 

That wraps up our class of 2020 preview. Stay tuned on the blog for the class of 2021 and below.

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Week 1 JenkinsQB Roundup

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JenkinsQB had a great week one with multiple athletes throwing for career high numbers! Take a look at our week one roundup.

College Roundup

Ryan Hommel – Black Hills State: Ryan had 11 completions and 76 yards in a tough week one match-up against FCS Idaho State. The Jackets are back at it this weekend against South Dakota Mines.

High School Roundup

Varsity Level

Riley Glynn (Class of 2017) – Mead: Riley had a huge game this weekend completing 7 of 13 passes for 100 yards through the air and 3 touchdowns. He added another 45 yards on the ground in a 46-6 win over Sterling High School.

Vic Lavigne (Class of 2017) – ThunderRidge: Vic was 4 of 8 passing for 45 yards and a big 2 point conversion in the grizzlies OT loss this week. He added another 25 yards rushing.

Max Lush (Class of 2016) – Rock Canyon: Max had 100 yards passing with a touchdown through the air in the Jaguars big win over Smoky Hill. He added another 56 yards on the ground.

 

Junior Varsity Level

Joe Alber (Class of 2018) – Highlands Ranch: This weekend Joe was 5 of 7 passing through the air with 93 yards and a pair of touchdown passes for the Falcons.

Connor Desch (Class of 2017) – Arapahoe: Connor was 8 of 14 through the air for 120 yards this past weekend. He also added 30 yards on the ground.

Adam Mullen (Class of 2019) – Rock Canyon: Adam completed 8 of his 12 passing attempts for 90 yards through the air and 1 touchdown pass. He added 30 yards rushing and another rushing touchdown.

Sterling Ostdahl (Class of 2018) – Ponderosa: Sterling was 10 of 14 through the air this past weekend for 205 yards passing for the Mustangs.

Cade Uhrick (Class of 2018) – Falcon: Cade was 5 of 7 passing for 53 yards through the air this past weekend. He added 26 yards with his legs as well.

Kyle Weston (Class of 2018) – Highlands Ranch: Kyle was 3 of 6 passing for 58 yards through the air this past weekend. He added 36 yards on the ground and 1 touchdown.

Freshman Level

Ryan Danyliw (Class of 2019) – Castle View: Ryan was 9 of 12 this weekend through the air. He had 105 yards passing and also added 25 yards on the ground.

Ethan Frasier (Class of 2019) – ThunderRidge: Ethan did a great job this weekend converting a big 2 point conversion through the air. He also added 20 yards on the ground.

Kevin Lukasiewicz (Class of 2019) – Arapahoe: Kevin went off this last weekend. He finished 16 of 21 through the air for 350 yards and 4 touchdowns. He also added another 10 yards rushing in a huge win for his team.

Josh Mullenix (Class of 2019) – Castle View: Josh was 1 of 4 through the air passing for 25 yards. He added a huge touchdown on the ground and 35 yards rushing.

Youth Roundup

Gavin Herberg (Class of 2020) – Wardogs: Gavin was 7 of 13 passing this weekend for 144 yards. He had two big touchdown passes and added 7 yards rushing.

Brent Huber (Class of 2020) – Warriors Fire: Brent was 9 of 14 passing this last weekend with 140 yards and two touchdown passes through the air. Brent also added 100 yards rushing and a big TD run.

Reid Moser (Class of 2020) – Mountain Lion Stealth: Reid was 1 of 2 passing this weekend. He added a big game on the ground running for 42 yards and two touchdowns in a 26-0 win.

Will Samudio (Class of 2020) – Arvada Bulldogs: Will was 3 of 4 passing this weekend completing 75% of his passes. He threw for 40 yards on the day.

Connor Burke (Class of 2020) – Hawks: Connor had a great game rushing the football in a big win. He had 30 yards on the ground and added 9 tackles and an interception on defense.

Garrett Dunne (Class of 2022) – Spartan Graphite: Garrett had a great game this weekend going 6 of 10 through the air. He had 1 touchdown pass on the day.

Seth Frasier (Class of  2022) – Warriors: Seth had a huge passing day going 7 of 11 and converting a 2 point conversion through the air. He added another rushing touchdown.

Ian Sandoval (Class of 2022) – Pirates: Ian had another great accurate game at quarterback. Going 7 of 10 on his passes for 54 yards through the air. He added another 20 yards rushing.

Brandon Severns (Class of 2022) – Hawks Royal: Brandon had a great game this weekend in his 28-12 win. He was 5 of 9 passing for 35 yards and a touchdown. He also added a pair of 2 point conversions through the air.

Brayden Dorman (Class of 2023) – Wardogs: Brayden was 5 of 8 passing this weekend for 78 yards through the air and one touchdown pass. He also had 54 yards rushing and a big touchdown run.

Michael Lopez (Class of 2023) – Hawks Arctic: Michael had an amazing game this weekend. Playing though an injury he went 5 of 7 through the air for 45 yards and 2 touchdowns. Great job Michael.

Will Schraeder (Class of 2023) – Eagles: Will had a huge game with his legs this weekend, running for two touchdowns on the day.

Trey Stott (Class of 2023) – Dolphins: Trey was 2 of 4 passing through the air this weekend for 45 yards. He added 30 yards on the ground and one touchdown in a big 33-6 victory.

Braydon Dunne (Class of 2025) – Spartan Vegas: Braydon had a huge game this weekend. He had 3 touchdown runs and was 6 of 7 through the air passing. He had 75 yards rushing on the day.

Austyn Modrzewski (Class of 2025) – Warriors: Austyn had a huge game on the ground this weekend running for 70 yards and two touchdowns.

Aiden Oman (Class of 2025) – Cougar Blue: Aiden only played one quarter this last weekend but was 2 of 2 through the air for 21 yards passing. He also added 65 yards rushing and a touchdown.

Sterling Dufour (Class of 2026) – Falcons: Sterling was 2 of 5 this weekend for 19 yards through the air. Great job by Sterling under pressure all day long.

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JenkinsQB Partners with Football Friday Night Lights

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We are pleased to announce that we have partnered with Football Friday Night Lights of Mile High Sports. The show will be on 1340AM every Friday night from 10:00 pm – 12:00 midnight throughout the Colorado High School Football season. The broadcast will be hosted by Joe Parker and Darrell Gonzales. Darrell talked on the partnership via twitter “A big shout out to JenkinsQB for being a part of the prep review and being about the kids.”

Coach Jenkins will be on at 11:00pm every Friday Night and his quarterbacks will be calling in throughout the show.

If you are a Colorado High School football player you are welcome to call into the show and talk about your game via 303-831-1340 every Friday night from 10:00 pm – 12:00 midnight.

 

JenkinsQB Contact Information:

Tim Jenkins – Tim@JenkinsQB.com

Friday Nigh Lights Contact Information:

Joe Parker – jhparkeriii@aol.com

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Zero Week JenkinsQB Roundup

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With youth football in week 1 and high school football in zero week. Here is our zero week JenkinsQB roundup.

College Roundup

Rope Ruel – Colorado Mesa University: Rope was 6 of 7 through the air in the Mavs scrimmage this weekend. He finished with 100 yards passing and 20 yards on the ground. A great start for the true freshman.

High School Roundup

Varsity Level

Braden Cook (Class of 2017) – Rangeview: Cook had a huge scrimmage this week against Eaglecrest and Adams City. He threw for 200 yards and 4 touchdowns and added another touchdown on the ground this week.

Connor Desch (Class of 2017) – Arapahoe: Connor was a combined 5 of 9 on the night in varsity and jv action for a total of 55 yards and one touchdown.

Riley Glynn (Class of 2017) – Mead: Riley completed 8 of his 11 passes for 120 yards and one touchdown pass, with the varsity unit in a scrimmage against Silver Creek this week.

Vic Lavigne (Class of 2017) – ThunderRidge: Vic was 3 for 5 passing for 65 yards through the air for the Grizzlies varsity as they scrimmaged Castle View and Chatfield this week.

Max Lush (Class of 2016) – Rock Canyon: Max had 120 yards passing and one touchdown in a light scrimmage session this weekend.

Mitch Martin (Class of 2016) – Strasburg: Mitch was 5 of 8 passing at his scrimmage for 80 yards on the night.

Dylan Reifeis (Class of 2016) – Evergreen: Dylan had an outstanding weekend in a scrimmage setting with three other teams. He ended the day 10 of 14 passing through the air for 180 yards and 2 touchdown passes. Dylan also added 125 yards on the ground and another 3 touchdowns.

Junior Varsity Level

Joe Alber (Class of 2018) – Highlands Ranch: Joseph was 3 of 5 passing this weekend in a scrimmage against Fairview. He ended with 95 yards passing and one touchdown through the air.

Joey Licht (Class of 2019) – Kent Denver: Joey and Kent Denver scrimmaged Machbuff and Pinnacle with the JV unit this week. He was 2-3 for 50 yards and 2 touchdowns. Great first outing for Joey!

Adam Mullen (Class of 2019) – Rock Canyon: Adam was 6 of 13 passing at his scrimmage for 98 yards and 1 touchdown. He also added 8 yards on the ground.

Sterling Ostdahl (Class of 2018) – Ponderosa: Sterling had a great scrimmage this last weekend. He ended the day 7 of 12 passing for 70 yards and 3 touchdowns. Sterling also added 70 yards on the ground and another 3 touchdowns.

Alex Padilla (Class of 2019) – Cherry Creek: Alex was 1 of 1 for 22 yards in his varsity debut for the Bruins. He also was 12 of 16 for 170 yards passing and added 15 yards rushing in his junior varsity action on the weekend.

Cade Uhrick (Class of 2018) – Falcon: Cade and Falcon scrimmaged Doherty this week. Cade was 6 of 8 passing for 120 yards and 2 touchdowns. He also added 23 yards on 3 carries for the Falcon JV.

Kyle Weston (Class of 2018) – Highlands Ranch: Kyle was 3 of 6 passing through the air this weekend for 52 yards. He added a touchdown run from 9 yards out to cap of his day.

Freshman Level

Ryan Danyliw (Class of 2019) – Castle View: Ryan was 1 of 3 on the night passing at his scrimmage. He added a QB keeper for 8 yards as well.

Matthew Francis (Class of 2019) – Holy Family: Matthew was 5 of 8 passing this weekend in scrimmage action against Rampart and Dakota Ridge. He ended up with 45 yards passing through the air on the day.

Ethan Frasier (Class of 2019) – ThunderRidge: Ethan went 3 for 3 for 30 yards and a touchdown in a scrimmage setting against Chatfield and Castle View this week. Great first outing at QB for E.

Kevin Lukasiewicz (Class of 2019) – Arapahoe: Kevin ended up completing four of his passes on the day for 50 yards through the air. He also added 20 yards on the ground.

Josh Mullenix (Class of 2019) – Castle View: Josh was 1 of 2 passing on the day but added 70 yards rushing and a big touchdown run on the day.

Youth Roundup

Shane Compton (Class of 2020) – South Jeffco: Shane was 1 of 1 passing for 55 yards and a touchdown this weekend in limited action at QB.

JR Hart (Class of 2020) – Mountain Predators: JR lead his team to a big 20-8 win this weekend. He had a long touchdown run that was called back due to penalty.

Gavin Herberg (Class of 2020) – Wardogs: Gavin was 10 of 17 passing over the weekend for 142 yards and 2 touchdowns in a big win for his team. His team was featured on the channel 13 news.

Brent Huber (Class of 2020) – Warriors Fire: Brent tore it up this past weekend going 12 of 16 for 110 yards through the air and one touchdown pass. He added another 40 yards on the ground and a touchdown run.

Reid Moser (Class of 2020) – Mountain Lion Stealth: Reid lead his team to a 34-0 win this past weekend. Playing both offense and defense the team dominated from start to finish.

Chase Silva (Class of 2021) – Crusaders: Chase had an amazing game this past weekend going 9 of 12 through the air. He ended with 100 yards passing and 20 yards rushing. He totaled 2 touchdowns 1 through the air and 1 on the ground.

Garrett Dunne (Class of 2022) – Spartan Graphite: Garrett did a great job leading his team this weekend. He had 2 rushes for just over 15 yards on the day.

Seth Frasier (Class of  2022) – Warriors: Seth had an outstanding game through the air completing 6 of his 8 passes with 1 touchdown and 1 two point conversion.

Ian Sandoval (Class of 2022) – Pirates: Ian was accurate over the weekend going 5 of 7 on his passing for 36 yards and 1 touchdown. He also added 12 yards rushing on the day.

Brandon Severns (Class of 2022) – Hawks Royal: Brandon lead his team to a big victory this weekend. B completed 7 of his 13 pass attempts for right on 100 yards passing. He threw for 1 touchdown through the air with no interceptions.

Brayden Dorman (Class of 2023) – Wardogs: Brayden was 10 of 20 passing this weekend. He ended with 74 yards through the air and added another 8 yards on the ground this weekend.

Michael Lopez (Class of 2023) – Hawks Arctic: Michael had a tremendous week 1 performance. He was 4 of 6 passing through the air with 35 yards on the day. He added 2 touchdown passes and also ran for 10 yards.

Will Schraeder (Class of 2023) – Eagles: Will had a great game this pass weekend accounting for 3 touchdowns. One touchdown through the air and 2 touchdowns on the ground. His brother Sam also added a touchdown run on the day in a big 48-12 win for their team.

Zach Wallace (Class of 2023) – Green Mountain: Zach lead his team to a 32-7 victory. He was 5 of 9 through the air for 70 yards. He added 80 yards rushing and 2 touchdown runs to his day.

Thaddius Gamueda (Class of 2024) – Titans: Thaddius worked all over the field in his game this weekend. They won 29-21 and had 15 yards rushing on 2 carries.

Braydon Dunne (Class of 2025) – Spartan Vegas: Braydon was 1 of 3 passing on the day. He had 2 runs for 30 yards on the ground as well over the weekend.

Peyton Lindell (Class of 2025) – Spartans: Peyton was 1 of 2 passing on the day. He had a 2 point conversion and a touchdown run as well.

Austyn Modrzewski (Class of 2025) – Warriors: Austyn had a great game rushing the ball and ended with 60 total yards on the ground this weekend.

Aiden Oman (Class of 2025) – Cougar Blue: Adam had a great game leading his team to a 46-6 victory. He was 3 of 3 through the air for 2 touchdowns. He also added 105 rushing yards on the day.

Sterling Dufour (Class of 2026) – Falcons: Sterling did a great job leading his team this weekend and was hard at work Sunday at group.

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JenkinsQB Partners With Elite Speed

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JenkinsQB is very pleased to announce that we have struck a partnership with elite speed to handle all of our strength and speed work for not only our current clients but our future NFL draft preparation clients as well. With this partnership we will continue our mission of developing the most complete quarterbacks in the game.

Nick Vinson a managing partner with Elite spoke on the partnership, “Elite only wanted 1 QB partner in the state.  It was Tim.  We fought hard to get him.”

About Elite Speed

Elite Speed Sports Performance is an Olympic level sports training facility that offers athletic, speed, strength and agility training sessions, drills and camps for all sports and athletes. Our professional coaching staff has helped thousands of athletes develop into elite level players. From the professional levels to youth development, we will help any athlete go beyond just their initial potential in a more intimate setting that anywhere else. Our bio-mechanical approach to speed, agility and acceleration training paired with our muscular imbalance focus is the best Colorado has to offer. Our home is a 55,000 sq. foot facility with over 16,000 sq. foot of turf.

JenkinsQB Contact Information:

Tim Jenkins: Tim@JenkinsQB.com

Elite Speed Contact Information:

Nick Vinson: nvinson@elitespeedsp.com

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3rd Down Passing Game

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Quarterbacks, offensive coordinators, and head coaches all have one down in common that makes them great or awful, 3rd down. 3rd down is one of the most important things in the flow of a football game. The difference between your defense having more rest time and running back on the field tired. The difference between bleeding more clock and scoring points or stopping and punting it back to the other team. In this post we will walk through three 3rd down passing plays by distance.

 

Mesh Bullets

3rd and short (2-3 yards)

[Mesh Bullets PDF Download]

  • Formation: Bunch Right (Left) Gun
  • Protection: Ghost Left (Right)
  • Play: Mesh Bullets

This quick passing game from shotgun is designed to take advantage of both man to man and zone coverage. You have the mesh built in to pick opposing players as well as the zone sit-down options for the Y and the X. If the situation dictates you also have a shot play outside with the T and the F on the bullet routes.


Thunder X Select

3rd and medium (2-6 yards)  

[Thunder X Select PDF Download]

  • Formation: Trips Right (Left) Gun
  • Protection: Scat Right (Left)
  • Play: Thunder X Select

This rhythm passing game from the shotgun will help take advantage of zone coverage with man principles built in. The X-Select backside is always a good one on one match up at any level of football and the Thunder concept front side is one of my favorites. This play also has a 3rd down blitz beater in the Y corner and the X on the fade.


Deep Sticky X Dig3rd and long (4-10+ yards)

[Deep Sticky X Dig PDF Download]

  • Formation: Trips Right (Left) Tox Gun
  • Protection: Ghost Right (Left)
  • Play: Deep Sticky X Dig

This intermediate pass game is designed to take advantage of 3rd and long situations. It is meant to get as many disguises out of the box by going empty to give your QB a clear picture. Whether you are dealing with elite level pro athletes or youth players having an empty set can sometimes clear up the picture for the quarterback forcing the defense into either blitz six or drop eight.


That wraps up our 3rd down passing post by distance. Be sure to study not only the passing plays but the protections so that you see where the strengths and weakness are in each play. There are PDF downloadable documents for each of these so you can print them off and easily install with your team. Please be sure to comment below any situations you would like to see or any questions you have. You can also contact the site by clicking the top bar contact button!

 

 

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Ryan Hommel Catch Up

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I was able to catch up with my first client Ryan Hommel after being named the starter at Black Hills State. Take a look below at a quick Q & A with Ryan:

Q1: How did you feel being named the starter as a true freshman?

Ryan: I couldn’t stop smiling when I was named the starter. It was one of those rare moments where you can truly feel all the hard work pay off.

Q2: How was your first college camp different from high school?

Ryan: College camp was a lot more mentally exhausting. It’s not only longer days, but it’s at least twice, if not three times longer than high school camp. I spent more time studying than I did practicing. You can never be too prepared coming in as a freshman.

Q3: How is the teams mindset going into the season?

Ryan: The team has a lot of confidence going into the season. We are very young, but where we lack experience we make up in talent. I’ve never had such a sense of family before on a team. Everyone is here to accomplish the same goal. The coaches genuinely care about the players and have lots of faith in us going into this season.

Q4: How do you feel coach Jenkins and the JenkinsQB program helped you prepare for college football?

Ryan: I wouldn’t be where I am today with out Jenkins QB. Being Tim’s first client, I probably know him better than anyone. His focus isn’t about his own image, it’s about doing whatever will help his clients reach their goals. Tim has helped me with every aspect of the quarterback position, without him I would never have made it this far. I’m beyond grateful to be able to work with the best quarterback coach in the state, and soon to be the country.

That wraps up the Q & A with Ryan Hommel. Check back on the JenkinsQB blog to keep up to date with all the happenings with Ryan and Black Hills State this season, as well as news on all of the JenkinsQB Quarterbacks. On a personal note seeing a young man achieve everything he has set his mind to do from when I first began working with him is a surreal feeling. These guys work so hard for not only me but their high school programs it is truly amazing watching them mature and turn into elite level talents like Ryan starting as a true freshman in college. It was an honor to work with Ryan and his amazing family Jeff, Shelly, and Eric. Keep Climbing!

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Class of 2019 Preview

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The JenkinsQB class of 2019 is our biggest and quite possibly most promising class of young signal callers. The class features ten quarterbacks five of which are already working with the JV and Varsity levels. Join us in taking an in-depth look at Colorado’s future stars of tomorrow.

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Ryan Danyliw at the JenkinsQB Colorado Quarterback Shootout Summer of 2015

Ryan Danyliw – Castle View High School

Ryan Danyliw is one of the most exciting quarterbacks in the class when it comes to his football intelligence. In the classroom during QB school Danyliw is always on his toes. One of the quickest quarterbacks at picking new things up at camp as he continues to grow in the weight room you will see a drastic jump in his on field arm strength. Grip strength and spin have been major focuses this summer and will show as much improved aspects of Ryan’s game on the field.

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Andrew Dore and coach Tim Jenkins take a picture at a summer 2015 JenkinsQB workout

Andrew Dore – Elizabeth High School

Andrew is one of our bigger strong armed quarterbacks in this class. At well over six feet tall he has surprisingly quick feet for his size. He is working hard on becoming stronger with his base which will translate to even more arm strength in the years to come. Andrew is a smart hard working athlete who has unlimited upside when it comes to the quarterback position. He will be a rising star in years to come.

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Dylan Reifeis (Left) and Matthew Francis (Middle) workout at a snowy JenkinsQB workout in the spring of 2015

Matthew Francis – Holy Family High School

Matthew has made tremendous growth since last November. He has tireless worked on his mechanics and build. Matthew has added over 20 pounds of muscle this off-season and it shows in his arm strength. Matthew’s biggest asset is his relentless work ethic. He will not stop until he has it perfect which is one of the most sought after traits of a college and NFL quarterback. Matthew now has grown into a mechanical beast with clean and electric feet inside the pocket. Look for Matthew and Holy Family to make some noise in the years to come.

Ethan Frasier – ThunderRidge High School

Ethan is one of our best athletes at the quarterback position in this class. Ethan has a heavy running back and wide receiver background which makes him electric with the ball in his hand. Ethan is a gifted natural passer of the football. We have been working hard lately on the mechanical approach of playing quarterback with him due to his baseball background. He is working hard on his drops, shortening of his stride, and holding his finish. Once he gets caught up with his mechanics and football intelligence to the rest of this class he is going to be a superstar.

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Joey Licht works out at a snowy JenkinsQB spring 2015 workout

Joey Licht – Kent Denver High School

Joey is one of the smartest quarterbacks in our entire program. In the classroom Joey will boast over a 4.0 GPA and will score extremely high on the ACT and SAT. During QB school Joey digests high volumes of information and can regurgitate that information to you right then as well as days later. His football retention is extremely high on the field as well. Physically Joey is a big quarterback with a strong arm that is gaining strength it feels like each time he throws the ball. Mechanically he is tightening up all the tiny details and his growth projections are off the charts on the field. Joey is already working with the JV at Kent Denver and don’t be surprised if he gets some varsity time sprinkled in throughout the season.

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Kevin Lukasiewicz throws at the JenkinsQB Colorado Quarterback Shootout summer 2015

Kevin Lukasiewicz – Arapahoe High School

Kevin is a prototypical pocket passer build with dual threat upside. Standing at 6′ 3″ as a freshman he has an outstanding frame for a young passer. As an overall athlete Kevin excels on the baseball diamond as well. Kevin has an electric arm when everything is tied together how it should be. Kevin has great feet and better running ability than he gets credit for. Functional football intelligence has been an area of focus for Kevin. Already getting some JV time Kevin has extreme upside and will be a name to keep your eye on for the future.

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Adam Mullen drops at a snowy JenkinsQB workout in the spring of 2015

Adam Mullen – Rock Canyon High School

Adam is a naturally gifted passer of the football. He has a pure stroke with great naturally spin. His feet are extremely clean and developed for a gun slinger his age. He is growing in his understanding of football which will be a huge asset to him as his career continues. Adam is working with the JV at Rock Canyon High School and will continue to impress this fall. Adam also is a great baseball player which comes out occasionally in his long stride. When he is clicking Adam can compete throwing the football with anyone in the state.

Josh Mullenix – Castle View High School

Josh is another strong young passer. Josh has a good frame that could easily gain 15 more pounds and still be a solid lean build at the quarterback position. His feet are improving each day and his arm motion is becoming cleaner and cleaner as he works at it. Josh has an extremely strong arm when he ties his lower half to his upper half. He has great knowledge of the game and will continue to grow his arm strength through all the hard work he does in the weight room. Josh is another name to keep an eye on for the future.

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Alex Padilla throws at a summer 2015 JenkinsQB workout

Alex Padilla – Cherry Creek High School

Alex Padilla has all the physical traits needed of an elite level quarterback. He has tremendous composure, clean mechanics, and a high football IQ. Alex has great size at 6′ 2″ and a good build for a freshman quarterback. He is already working with the JV at Cherry Creek high school and could very easily see varsity time during mop up duty in big wins. Alex is hitting his stride when it comes to his ability to redirect and deliver the ball transitioning his weight from his back hip through his arm. Alex is another quarterback who excels on the baseball diamond. He will be a major college recruit in both sports when the time comes.

Trever Miller – Bennett High School

Trever is another great passer in this class who is already working with the JV and possibly the varsity at Bennett. Trever has worked hard on cleaning and speeding up his feet in his drop. He has a tremendous build from the core down and will be great outside of the pocket this year. He has been working hard on his game inside the pocket and building lasting accuracy. Once his football IQ catches up to his physical ability the sky will be the limit for this under the radar player!

 

That wraps up our class of 2019 preview. Join us next week as we begin to look at our youth classes starting with the class of 2020 next Monday!

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Mitch Martin Featured on 9 News

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Mitch Martin

Class of 2016 JenkinsQB Mitch Martin was featured on 9 News last weekend. Mitch was working with Coach Jenkins during the piece done by Julia Lopez. The video piece below shows Mitch going through a JenkinsQB workout and discussing his upcoming 2015 football campaign.

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Class of 2018 Preview

Kyle Weston QB
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The class of 2018 is a strong class with four quarterbacks currently in the JenkinsQB program with quite a few committed to join next off-season. Taking a look at our current members in this strong class.

Joe AlberJoe Alber – Highlands Ranch High School

Joe Alber is a very exciting prospect in the class of 2018. Joe has an extremely strong arm with a good build for his age. Weighing nearly 200lbs Joe is the biggest quarterback in the class of 2018. Joe has phenomenal depth in his drops with a distinct understanding of how to utilize his reach steps and re-anchor at the top of his drop. While he operates primarily out of the gun at his high school Joe can work under center as well with the best of them in the state. He will be fun to watch as he continues his growth!

Sterling OstdahlSterling Ostdahl – Ponderosa High School

Sterling is a phenomenal athlete at the quarterback position. He posses tremendous lower body strength and has the ability to plant and fire at any time. Sterling will be a nightmare for defensive coordinators in a read zone scheme with his running ability. Cleaning up his front foot has been the majority of our work this summer and when he has the toe in the right spot he is deadly from anywhere on the field. He will be an exciting run pass threat for the Mustangs come this fall.

Joe Weigang – Heritage High School

Weigang is one of the best pure passers in our program. While he is one of the most under the radar quarterbacks we have had. He is a tremendous athlete and spends time at DB for Heritage High School. Joe can absolutely throw it with anyone in the state of Colorado. If he continues to stay under the radar he is going to be a heck of a steal for anyone who targets this diamond in the rough. With his football IQ growing don’t be surprised if Weigang is a breakout star in years to come.

Kyle WestonKyle Weston – Highlands Ranch High School

Kyle is another sensational athlete at the quarterback spot in our program. He has the ability to create outside the pocket with Manziel like chaos creation. When outside the pocket Kyle is one of the most deadly quarterbacks in the state, with his running ability he gives defensive coordinators nightmares. Kyle is grinding on his ability to play clean from the pocket. Growing at his craft everyday Kyle is an absolute workhouse in his mentality. Kyle has electric feet inside the pocket and phenomenal escape-ability. Kyle can also take it the distance on his own running the football and will be a great asset for any team who takes a chance on him when recruiting time comes.

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