Kevin Sousa at UF Friday Night Lights Camp

Submitted by MGoShoe on July 25th, 2010 at 12:58 PM

2011 Michigan commit QB Kevin Sousa (Lake Nona, FL) participated in UF's just completed Friday Night Lights camp.  As you might expect most of the coverage of the camp have focused on the UF commits who participated and the fact that James Wilder didn't attend (fueling speculation that he's starting to favor FSU). 

However, some observers offered their assessment of Sousa via twitter.

Edward Aschoff of the Gainesville Sun in a conversation with our very own Tim:
Yeah he looked real sharp liked him a lot RT @varsityblue @EdAschoffGSUN Did you see #Michigan commit Kevin Sousa at FNL? How did he look?
QB Kevin Sousa, a Michigan commit tossed some real good balls at Florida's Friday Night Lights event. His footwork was also impressive.
Chad Simmons (Scout.com South Recruiting Manager):
Kevin Sousa, a Michigan commit has thrown some good balls tonight.

Comments

timtebro

July 25th, 2010 at 1:55 PM ^

To piggyback on this, I also am glad to see that Sousa is a big guy. Tate and Denard are awesome, but besides Denards recent swole gain, they are on the thin side for QB. Love hearing the news about Sousa and the fact that his footwork looked good shows good coaching by, I believe, coach Paradiso.

WolvinLA2

July 25th, 2010 at 1:57 PM ^

With the level of improvement we've seen Denard make in just one off-season, I have faith in our staff's ability to develop QB's.  By the time Sousa even needs to be a back-up, he should be looking good.  And big.

Blue Blue Blue

July 25th, 2010 at 2:00 PM ^

good to see we are finally starting to line up the studs again.    the speed thang is sweet, but the size/speed/gun that Gardner and Sousa will be bringing to town is sweet.

 

no we need to start the middle linebacker strain and we will be getting somewhere.

learmanj

July 25th, 2010 at 2:05 PM ^

As others have mentioned, he is the perfect QB commit for this class.  He will be behind DG until he is about a junior.  He will have 3 -4 years to continue to improve his technique and reads.  I agree that he will be a 4-star recruit by next year.  I always love getting more recruits from Florida.

Tater

July 25th, 2010 at 3:02 PM ^

I can't wait for a few years from now, when we get to see Sousa take over for a graduating DG, so I can count how many times variations of the phrase "Sousa marched Michigan down the field" are used.