It is easy to dismiss the talent of "lower division" teams but the reality is Chase is every bit as good as anyone in this county regardless of where they are playing.
Something tells me that Garbers would have no problem lobbing the ball into the St. Brown's arms in any league. Or damned near any half-decent QB. MD has ridiculous talent this yearYeahboiyee wrote:Chase Garbers is one heck of a QB. The league he is slinging those TD;s in is nothing compared to the league JT is in year in. Chase is a stud, but he would not hang those numbers in Trinity. Chase is also on a laded team in that league. They likely could not beat a single team in Trinity.
dont be that guy
Read this article from the LA Times this summer http://www.latimes.com/socal/daily-pilo ... story.html
Representin' OC QB's
hit the lights
San Clemente's Darnold leading the way!
hit the lights
He needs to look at the mirror and ask himself why LB Poly is not as successful as they used to be before he started coaching there. Now I know there are going to be a ton of excuses as to why but when you assume the role of Head Coach it ultimately falls on your shoulders. With that being said Coach Pierce, let's talk about the failure of LB Poly in the Antonio Pierce era???
And Chase Garbers and his CORONA DEL MAR SEA KINGS take on an undefeated LOMPOC at Jim Scott Stadium Estancia HS. http://www.latimes.com/sports/highschoo ... story.html
Two great teams travel to Orange County tonight as Costa Mesa is the spot for Division 1 & 4 Semi Finals !!
The "next level" as the subject line reads, is College. And I'll just use the 3 MD guys mentioned in this thread, Leinart, Brennan and Barkley; a Heisman winner and 2 finalists. National Championships, major bowls and in the case of Brennan re-writing NCAA record books. If that is "failing to make the grade at the next level" then slap me sideways and call me Sally cuz y'all er drunk. If Pierce wants to talk about under-achieving at the next level he should look within at his school with arguably more talent than any school in the nation year after year but lately I'm at a loss to name prominent Poly kids recently making such an impact (Heismans etc) in college let alone NFL. And dare I say that some of that may be due to lack of life skills moreso than talent. So maybe Pierce shouldn't throw stones at parents and coaches (private and otherwise) who provide valuable guidance on and off the field.
The NFL is the rarest of air. A "successful" NFL QB is about the rarest athlete in professional sports. There are certainly not enough "successful" NFL QBS out there to start for each of the 32 teams.
Kids should dream big and be encouraged to work hard toward achieving those dreams. But any talk of an NFL future for ANY kid is just idiotic and irresponsible. If parents or coaches are talking NFL for their kids they should be strung up. How about grades, test scores and core classes? For every kid you can name that was a no-brainer future NFLer I can name 10 of the same can't miss kids who never made it through 4 years of college let alone NFL stardom. Too many kids are prepared to play football in college but not survive academically or socially. THAT is on parents and HS coaches. PERIOD!
Im gonna bet that everyone of the QBs named in this thread as "failing" have a college degree and a successful career away from football, if they're not still in the NFL, making $1M+ ... failing.
What a joke.
Why he continues to live there is beyond me.
Hey HIT THE LIGHTS cuz the OC QB crew LIT IT UP ! DANIELS, SEARS, GARBERS and O'CONNER all did the county proud! Can we call these guys the "Beach Boys" as they handed the loud talking lip smacking I.E. teams and out of county powerhouses their vacation tickets!hit the lights wrote:Lets see how these QB'S from the OC do. It's playoff time.....
Take a look at these finals..., representing OC Football led by a crew of outstanding QB's.