Downingtown Native, One of Nation’s Top Prep QBs Steps Outside Pocket for Senior Year
A prep all-star from Downingtown is taking off outside the pocket that brought him acclaim as one of the nation’s best college quarterback prospects.
After rising to prominence on Malvern Prep’s football field since his 2015 debut, Kevin Doyle has transferred to St. John’s in Washington, D.C., for his senior year, according to a report in The Washington Post by Jacob Bogage.
Doyle’s sophomore year in Malvern drew much of the attention, and he has since climbed into the ranks of the nation’s Top 30 athletes at his position.
“I went from being Kevin Doyle the sophomore QB to Kevin Doyle the Division I prospect,” he said. “Playing your best and having lightning in a bottle can do a lot really quickly.”
While Malvern Prep molded the rising star, St. John’s offers him national exposure in the elite Washington Catholic Athletic Conference.
“For a kid that’s 6-4, will probably play at 220 pounds, and runs a 4.7 (second 40-yard dash), you really say, ‘Sky is the limit,’” said quarterback coach Marcus Hammond.
Read more of Kevin Doyle’s story in The Washington Post here.
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