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Meet 2015 QB Ricky Town in Coach Warren’s Q&A Huddle

2015 Elite QB Ricky Town , 6-4 200, St. Bonaventure High School, Ventura, CA
 
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Coach Warren: Facilities, Uniforms, Tradition, Coaching Staff, Education? Which factor or combination of factors will be most important in your school choice?

RT: System, coaching, education, and coaching staff.
 
Coach Warren: School location, is playing closer to home a big deal?
 
RT: No, I will play anywhere that is the best fit.
 
Coach Warren: Early playing time, is that important?
 
RT: Absolutely, I want to go to a school where I can play early. 
 
Coach Warren: What was you favorite college teams growing up?
 
RT: CalStanfordUSCUCLAAlabamaTexas and LSU.
 
Coach Warren: Have you been invited to any Jr Days or combines?
 
RT: Yes, I was invited to UCLA Junior Day, even though I was only a sophomore. I was also invited to Under Armor Combine, the Nike Combine, the Nike Elite 11 camp and the Semper Fi Combine.
 

Coach Warren: Who are you receiving mail from? Who’s recruiting you?

 
RT: I have been receiving information from Miami, UCLA, USC, Stanford, Washington, Arizona, Arizona State, Michigan, Alabama, Oklahoma State, Nebraska, Florida State, Mississippi State, Oregon State, Penn State, Cal and LSU
 
Coach Warren: Favorites? What stands out about your favorites?
 
RT: I don’t have a real favorite at this point. I haven’t seen enough schools to make that decision.
 
Coach Warren: Time frame on a college choice?
 
RT: I would like to make a decision during or right after my junior year. I want to graduate early and make spring ball for the college I choose. 
 
Coach Warren: Will you take all your official visits?
 
RT: I am not sure if I will use them all but you never know.
 
Coach Warren: Post-season accolades, stats, All-Star games?
 
RT: I was fortunate to make all league, all county and all state first team. As a sophomore I threw for 2500 yards, had 23 TDs and almost a 70% completion percentage.
 
Coach Warren: Have you taken any unofficial visits, are you planning some now?
 
RT: I have visited Miami twice, UCLA four times, I’m spending 2 days next week at Stanford, they invited me to their spring practices and to sit in their QB meetings. I will also get a tour of the campus. USC just invited me to their spring practice and Trojan Huddle on the 13th of April and Alabama has talked about getting me to their campus in June.
 
Coach Warren: What schools are you interested in?
 
RT: I am interested in all of the schools that have contacted me: Alabama, Miami, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Washington, Florida State, Arizona, Arizona State, Michigan, Oklahoma State, Nebraska, Mississippi State, Oregon State, Penn State, Cal and LSU.
 
Coach Warren: What schools have offered you?
 
RT: Miami and UCLA have offered me. Several other schools have mentioned they want to offer me but they are waiting until September 1st.
 
Coach Warren: What are your camp plans for the summer?
 
RT: I am planning on attending the Under Armor, Nike, Elite 11, and maybe Alabama camps.
 
Coach Warren: What camps did you attend last summer?
 
RT: Last year I attended the Rivals Underclassman Challenge and the Rivals Top 100 Underclassman in Dallas, the Miami Camp and the Boston College camp.
 
Coach Warren: What will be the determining factor in choosing your school?
 
RT: The biggest factors in choosing a school are:
  1. System
  2. Coaching Staff
  3. Academics
  4. Tradition
  5. Conference 
  6. Geographic location 

Coach Warren: What person has inspired you the most in your life and why?

RT: My Dad has been my biggest inspiration. He has really helped me get to where I am. He has always believed in me and I am very grateful for both of my parents, they have been big supporters for me. 
 
Coach Warren’s Key Attributes
1. Arm Strength
2. Accuracy
3. Intelligence
4. Size (6-4 200)
5. Pocket Presence
 
— Demetric Warren

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