Florida – The 2020 high school football season is coming to a close. With the conclusion of the padded season, starts the evaluation season. The BCP camp circuit will consist of two non-padded evaluation camps. Small Skill in January. Big Skill and Linemen in February. Register HERE!
We want college coaches to start noticing the campers we are excited to see in the camp/training setting versus talent they do not see during the season. We want the promotion to start early in hopes college coaches are attracted to many of the same kids we are.
Take a look at our Twitter following to see the college coaches, evaluators, and high school sports publications that follow us. Watch the content we produce. All it takes is for one coach to like a player we have promoted. That player is noted, communication starts, camp invites are sent and hopefully, offers are extended.
We want those [College Coaches] to see something in the content we publish to make those same college coaches research more on the players we promote.
Today we head down to the front and take a defensive stance. Take a look at the WATCH LIST.
PETER PESANSKY, Jesuit (Tampa) 2024 DL – 6 foot 2 inches, 240 pounds as a freshman, Jesuit’s Peter Pesansky is a handful. While he may not be able to run an offense and throw touchdowns like his older brother, Jesuit senior QB Joseph Pesansky who tossed 35 TDs this year for the 14-1 Tigers…We do love the get-off, lower body strength, and ability to beat double teams.
Get-off – Over and over again in the video below, you’ll see Peter beat offensive linemen upfield before the offensive linemen can ever get into their pass sets. During run plays, the freshman consistently crosses the face of blockers and finds his way into the backfield.
Lower body strength – The ability to collapse the pass pocket and push the line of scrimmage back during run plays is a necessity to be a good defensive lineman. Peter is pretty good at it. He has a frame to put on more good weight and increase his explosion.
Beat double teams – At some point when a defensive lineman causes too much disruption, the offense has to make an adjustment to slow him. One way is to double him or chip him..add two bodies. Didn’t work that often versus Pesansky.