2016 Signal Caller Talks June Camps

Augie DeBiase

Jacksonville (Fla.) Fletcher High School class of 2016 quarterback prospect Augie DeBiase talks about the feedback he got after attending camps at Indiana, Alabama and Georgia in June. The 6-foot-2 and 225-pound rising junior also camped at North Carolina and Florida last month.

Jacksonville (Fla.) Fletcher High School quarterback Augie DeBiase has been a busy guy this summer. The 6-foot-2 and 225-pound rising junior camped at Indiana, Georgia and Alabama in June. This month the class of 2016 signal caller plans to camp with Virginia Tech and Ole Miss.

DeBiase already holds a scholarship offer from the Hoosiers and feels like he left a good impression on Alabama head coach Nick Saban and Georgia head coach Mark Richt.

"I've gone to a lot of camps this summer. I've gotten a lot of positive feedback from Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Florida and Indiana. I am already offered by Indiana. I did very well at their camp. I had a lot of great receivers up there and it was a great time," began DeBiase on his summer.

DeBiase feels like he left Indiana with a performance that backed up his Hoosier's offer.

"They like my arm strength. They like my footwork. They just want to see me keep developing, keep getting better. They liked that I have improved since last summer and they said they wanted me to make another big jump like that (this year)," said DeBiase of the Hoosiers.

The underclassman says he also had impressive camp outings with Crimson Tide and Bulldogs.

"My best two camps were Alabama and Georgia. I got pulled to the side by Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin and Coach Saban and then I threw on separate field with four other quarterbacks after the camp session was over so that was a great experience. They want to keep in touch. They really like me and want to watch me as I develop in the future," said DeBiase of the feedback he got from Alabama.

DeBiase left Georgia's camp just as excited about his camp experience with the Bulldogs.

"At the Georgia camp, Coach Richt watched every throw and Coach Bobo (Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo) was right there. They said they really liked me and want to keep an eye on me as a 2016 quarterback," finished DeBiase.

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