BATON ROUGE, La ( — High school football players across the country will soon be on college campuses, hoping to catch the eyes of coaches everywhere.

The best in Baton Rouge prepared with a tune-up at the Iron Sharpens Iron camp led by James Washington.

“You’re enemies when you’re playing Friday nights, but it’s cool to make friends here at camps and to keep learning and competing,” said Catholic High quarterback Daniel Beale.

Beale’s Bears are entering their first year under Head Coach Hudson Fuller. The class of 2024 quarterback will have to learn a new system. He’s also been focused on becoming a more dynamic player.

Beale explained what he meant by this, saying, “Being more explosive and creating plays that aren’t supposed to technically be made. Just being creative with my legs and my arms make an off platform throws.”

Parkview Baptist QB Abram Johnston came of a 10-win campaign in 2022. After his first full year as a starter, he’s turning his attention to developing the finer points of his decision making.

“As the year went on, I started to trust my guys and I want to build on that for next year,” said Johnston.

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