Pinellas County Quarterbacks to Watch at the BCP 2011 BHSN Ignite Combine

Pinellas Quarterbacks to watch at the Bright House Network Sports Ignite Combine from our main man on the beat in Pinellas, Mr Eric Clark:


This year in Pinellas the Quarterback play will headline the county.  There are many solid to excellent young QB’s who have put themselves on the map from their play last season as well as their effort in the off season.  This Saturday at the Ignite Combine many of these QB’s will be on showcase.  Even still there is one individual who is even more intriguing to see compete.  Here is my list of Pinellas players I am most interested in seeing this Saturday.

Brent O’Neal, QB (Canterbury)

This rising Sr. plays at the smallest school in Pinellas County (Canterbury) so he is a relatively unknown commodity.  All he has done is quietly rushed for 1200 yards and 16 TDs as well as put his skills on display at the most recent Nike camp.  He ran the fastest laser timed 40 (4.46) out of a group of over 100 participants.

Gray Crow, QB (Countryside)

The recent University of Miami Commit steadily improved throughout last season and is looking to lead his team an elusive state title.  It will not be an easy route and he is well aware that their chances are going to greatly hinge on his arm.

Pete Dinovo QB (East Lake)

Dinovo has received an abundance of praise from college coaches and media publications since coming on the scene last season.  As a 1st year starter he led the county in touchdown receptions (15) and had 1300 yards to go along with it.

Louis Pappas, QB (Tarpon Springs)

Louis led the county in receiving yardage (1777) last year and he looks to help his team earn a playoff berth again this year and improve their record.  As Pappas goes this year so does Tarpon.

Anthony Diviney, QB (Dunedin)

Despite a dismal season last year Anthony has looked good in camps and 7 on 7.   Under a new coach this year (Max Smith) he is looking to go out by giving Dunedin its 1st winning season 3 years and also prove that his performance in the off season can translate to the regular season