Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Football: Quarterback Sloan Drummonds headed to Manatee

A new quarterback is headed to Manatee
Sloan Drummonds, a rising senior, is transferring from Sebastian River, according to a story on tcpalm.com. Sharks coach Kevin Pettis told the paper of Drummonds' intention to transfer.
According to the story, Drummonds is originally from South Carolina, played at Vero Beach in 2012 and went back to South Carolina before returning last season to play for Sebastian River. Drummonds missed two games because of a shoulder injury and was intercepted eight times while completing just over 36 percent of  his attempts.
The Sharks went 2-8.
He threw a touchdown pass during Sebastian River's spring game against Treasure Coast.
Manatee's quarterback situation grew murky when Josh Meyer, expected to be back for his senior season, was arrested for on charges on lewd and lascivious battery in April. He is suspended from Manatee.
Kavious Price played quarterback during Manatee's spring game against Haines City.
Drummonds is listed at 6-foot-2 and 195 pounds on Sebastian River's roster on MaxPreps.
Manatee opens the regular season Aug. 29 in Georgia against Ware County.





2 comments:

  1. ANYBODY BUT PHELAN,CUSSES ON THE SIDELINES LIKE A REDNECK TEENAGER.

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  2. Waccamaw, Myrtle Beach, Carolina Forest, back to Waccamaw, Vero Beach, Sebastian River, and now Manatee--hope you finally have found the right situation Sloan.

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