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'11 TX QB Stevie Joe Dorman (Signed to Colorado)

Discussion in 'University of Colorado Recruiting Archive' started by Sexton Hardcastle, Mar 30, 2009.

  1. Sexton Hardcastle

    Sexton Hardcastle Club Member Club Member

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    Rivals
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    Somerset HS (Somerset, TX)

    Ht: 6-foot-4
    Wt: 210 lbs
    Forty: 4.8 secs
    Bench max: 235 pounds
    Squat max: 415 pounds

    Rivals rating: 3*-5.5rr; unranked QB
    Scout rating: 3*; #78 QB
    ESPN rating: 2*- 72 grade; #108 QB

    Reported Offers: Colorado
     
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  2. Sexton Hardcastle

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    Re: '11 TX QB Stevie Joe Dorman

    Stevie is Koy's nephew.
     
  3. Sexton Hardcastle

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    [SIZE=+2]For Sonny Detmer, rise of state's QBs is great to see
    [/SIZE][SIZE=-1]09:10 PM CDT on Saturday, October 4, 2008

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    When Sonny Detmer got into Texas high school coaching in the early '70s, his teams passed only 18 or 19 times a game.

    Of course, most everyone else was throwing it three or four.

    "If you didn't run a slant five or a Wing T," Detmer says, "you didn't work.
    "They weren't interested in anyone running anything crazy."

    "Crazy" meant throwing for any other reason than you were down by three touchdowns and the crowd was headed for the parking lot.

    But Detmer went right on throwing the ball anyway. He did it because he'd been a wide receiver in junior college and with the San Antonio Toros, and he liked it. He thought he could teach kids how to get open. Besides, it's difficult running the ball when your linemen are nothing more than speed bumps.

    Detmer also coached in San Antonio when Tommy Kramer won a state championship at San Antonio Lee. He'd go to Lee's practices and watch Kramer throw the ball around like it was infield practice.

    "It was unbelievable to see," Detmer says.

    More...
     
  4. Sexton Hardcastle

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    Re: '11 TX QB Stevie Joe Dorman

    Inside Texas 2011 Watch List

    By Jeff Howe, Inside Texas Recruiting Analyst
    Posted Mar 17, 2009
    Copyright © 2009 InsideTexas.com
    That's right, it's Inside Texas' watch list for the class of 2011. With the class of 2010 nearly wrapped up for the Longhorns, it's time to take an early look at the players who will be making noise in recruiting when they head to camps this summer and go into their junior seasons this fall.

    As you'll see, the list is very heavy at the running back position. Partially this is because running back is one of the positions where great players can emerge relatively early, but primarily its because the running back class in the state of Texas is very strong for 2011.

    There are obviously many, many more players to add to the list at all positions because 2011 players have only gone through their sophomore seasons. There's plenty of development still to go and there are many great players who remain unknown because they have yet to step onto the football field in high school, but this is an early list of some of the players who have already made noise as only sophomores and could be major targets in recruiting.


    Quarterback
    David Ash (6-3/190), QB, Belton
    Jaquarius Daniels (6-4/220/4.6), QB, Austin Reagan
    Stevie Joe Dorman (6-4/200/4.8), QB, Somerset
    Cooper Jones (6-4/185), QB, Lone Oak
    Ryan Polite (6-2/175/4.7), QB, DeSoto
    Aaryn Sharp (6-1/215), QB, Round Rock Stony Point
    Aaron Shockey (6-3/205/4.8), QB, Haltom City Haltom
    Blake Turner (6-3/180/4.6), QB, Rowlett
    J.W. Walsh (6-2/185/4.6), QB, Denton Guyer

    more...
     
  5. Hank

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    Re: '11 TX QB Stevie Joe Dorman

    Koy is my all-time favorite Buff. I would LOVE to see his nephew in a Buff uniform.
     
  6. Sexton Hardcastle

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    If I had a favorite player it would probably be him. GREAT guy. :thumbsup:
     
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    http://www.mysanantonio.com/sports/high_school/59275617.html
     
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    In Detmers' footsteps
    Dan McCarney - Express-News

    Having molded two sons into NFL quarterbacks, Sonny Detmer moved on to his next project.

    At 5 years old, grandson Steve Dorman already had the makings of a left-handed pitching ace. Or so Sonny thought, until he made a startling realization at one of little Stevie Joe’s tee-ball games.
    “I’m already thinking Cy Young,” Detmer said, “and I had him pitching with the wrong hand. He threw so well, with really nice form, then he’d go to practice and throw with his right hand. At least I didn’t ruin him.”

    Now that they’ve moved to more familiar ground on the football field, there seems to be little chance of that. Indeed, judging by Sonny’s track record as a quarterback guru, Dorman could scarcely be in better hands.

    “Playing under him has been great,” said Dorman, the son of Sonny and Betty Detmer’s daughter, Dee. “I’ve learned so much about football.”

    With Dorman’s grandfather/head coach guiding his development, the Somerset sophomore ranks fourth in the area in passing with 991 yards.

    Already he’s begun to earn comparisons with uncles Ty and Koy Detmer, who both set the state passing records and starred in college before playing 11 and nine seasons, respectively, in the NFL.

    http://www.mysanantonio.com/sports/high_school/Detmers_grandson_earns_passing_grade.html
     
  9. aik

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    No relation.
     
  10. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Dorman still hasn't picked up an offer. We may have a shot at him as a Preferred Walk On. That would be a very nice development for us.
     
  11. Darian3Hagan

    Darian3Hagan '89 Player of the Year Club Member

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    How is his neckbeard? It should look like this if he is the real deal.

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  12. Buffnik

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    [video=youtube;9m8TdpWoJks]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9m8TdpWoJks[/video]

    [video=youtube;YzKcOuukA0g]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzKcOuukA0g[/video]
     
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    Intriguing write-up from Scout:

    A polished recruit who looks the part of a future NFL quarterback because of his great size, 6-4 210. He has a great touch on short and medium passes and throws a catchable deep ball. Throws almost over the top in a calm demeanor with a big arc on the ball. Does a good job on play-fake also drawing the defensive backs in. Great upside, he could start for quite a few teams as a freshman if needed
     
  14. Darth Snow

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    hrmmm. Dislike his completel lack of offers... seems like a backup plan type guy. However, he sure does look the part in the highlight reel.
     
  15. dply

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    PWO still?
     
  16. Buffnik

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    Stevie was his District's Offensive MVP in 2010. He completed 60.2% of his passes for 2,633 yards (10.9 per attempt) with 31 TDs and 8 INTs in 11 games MaxPreps has compiled. His team went 9-2 in the games we have stats for, but finished 10-3 with a loss in the playoffs.
     
  17. buff4bcs1985

    buff4bcs1985 Hail to the King

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    why does he have no offers...
     
  18. Highlander27

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    This kid plays just like Hirschman. Nice arm, poor looking athletic ability IMO. if the staff likes this guy than I'm pretty sure that Hirschman has a chance to play as much as anybody.
     
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    How does scout write that, and then there is no rating for him?
     
  20. buff4bcs1985

    buff4bcs1985 Hail to the King

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    again why does he have zero offers... is it a grades thing?
     
  21. Darian3Hagan

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    On the fence until I see the neck beard.
     
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    Scout says he.committed to us today?
     
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    Jenga!
     
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    This just came through twitter:

    adamcm777 Adam Munsterteiger
    Colorado has received a commitment from Somerset (Texas) High QB Stevie Joe Dorman. His uncle is former Buff QB Koy Detmer.

    ***********

    I can't believe you beat me to this one, AJ. Good work. :thumbsup:

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    We've got our prep quarterback, folks! As I said in another thread, I think this is an absolute steal. (According to Dorman's coach, he had some other offers but he didn't tell Scout what they were.)

    Welcome to the B&G, Stevie!

    :gobuffs:
     
  26. Rraalph 3000

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    Guy definitely has the size....but there has to be some reason why we are the only team that offered him a scholarship (and I hope that reason isn't because he's related to Koy Detmer)
     
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    Maybe it was the 40 TDs against 10 INTs as a senior?
     
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    Get the sense that Embree and the gang aren't just handing scholarships out willy nilly. They must see something in this kid that convinces them that he'll be able to compete here. And I'm sure the family ties don't hurt either. Welcome aboard young man, way to kick start the weekend.
     
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    who cares why this kids did not have other offers....he is now a BUFF and will be wearing the B&G. CONGRATS young man!!!!
     
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    Welcome to the Buffs!
     

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