by Lee Brecheen
May 4, 2011 – QB Anthony McMaster is a QB from Loyola Prep High School in Shreveport, Louisiana, who spent 2010 at Fullerton Junior College in California. In 2011, Anthony will be at a new Junior College called Lon Morris, which is located in the state of Texas. Anthony will be recruited for the class of 2012 this year. Lon Morris will be going into their 2nd year of existence for football.
About changing schools, his strengths, and his experience so far, McMaster said, “I have enjoyed my stay and my time in California, but I just wanted to be closer to home and be recruited by schools down South rather than out West. My biggest strength is my knowledge of the game and being able to sit back and pick apart a defense. The Junior College road can be tough, but you have to stay patient and confident. It really has been a great experience for me.”
Anthony stands 6-2, 215 pounds and runs a 4.77/40. I watched Anthony in high school in Shreveport, and he does have a high football IQ, and his feet are greatly improved since high school, where he ran a 4.9 /40, compared to a 4.77/40 now. Anthony also has a big time arm, and can read coverages all day long. I think this kid is legit DI, and I think he could help many programs in any conference in the United States. Nevada, Utah State and Fresno State are some schools that have already talked to Anthony since he’s been at Fullerton.
I also like Anthony’s hard work and determination to be the best he can be for the position.
Anthony McMaster signed with Fullerton academically eligible like former Junior College QB and Green Bay Packers MVP Aaron Rodgers did at another Junior College in California a few years ago. Anthony has a high enough ACT and core to go pretty much anywhere in the United States.
Anthony’s roommate at Fullerton Junior College is RB Kelvin York, who just committed to USC, and will probably be the top Junior College player in the country by season’s end.
Anthony McMaster has trained in Baton Rouge in the off season since high school with QB Guru Don Griffin, a former LSU and Southeastern QB.