Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Frank Borba-QB coach - - -
High School Roger Canepa
Position
Primary Position Quarterback
passing
TIP SACKS PASS YDS PASS YD AVG PASS TDS PASS PCT PASS COM PASS ATT LNG TD INT
Career - 4 3,260 15.70 40 0.641 207 323 80 11
Season - 3 2,057 14.40 22 0.616 143 232 71 8
qb rushing
QB YDS/RUSH QB RUSHES QB RUSH YDS QB RUSH TDS QB LNG RUSH
Career 8.6 19 164 5 48
Season 6.1 9 55 1 -
Physical Attributes
Bench Press (max) Vertical jump Wingspan
295 31 -
Football Honors

All League QB as Junior; All Section Honorable Mention

2007-2008

QB- CIF DIV III STATE GAME

First varsity start/10-14 124 yards

First varsity pass TD

1 TD 0 Int’s

QB- JV 8 Games Team Caption

1079 passing yards--school record

71% comp. 3 int’s

109 yards rushing--4 TD’s

Byron Storer Award-Desire and Hustle

MVP-QB National Underclassman Combine,

Invited and performed Ultimate 100 Camp

2006-2007

QB -JV 14-TD’s pass. 6-TD’s rush, 1 int

League Champions, Team Caption

Most Outstanding “Offensive Back Award”

Football Additional

2006 and Other
NYFL-League Champions
QB-Most Inspiration Award

Team won Pigskin Championship
Las Vegas, Nv.
Basketball-Frosh League Champions
Tour. MVP/Div. Champions
League MVP and Caption
2007-2008 League Champions
Team MVP
Baseball- 2008 JV Champions/MVP

Other: Workouts with Roger Theder
Private QB coach/trainer
Summer Camps: Notre Dame
Nebraska Elite QB Academy
Strong Arm @ Neb. 59 yards/Jr
One Days, SDSU and Cal./invite

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
CENTRAL CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
School City
MODESTO
School State
CA
Guidance Counselor
-
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
-
School Size
-
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
-
School Division
-
Major Category
Business Mgmt and Admin. Services
Major
Business Administration/Management
Other Academic Information
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Personal


First Name
Dylan
Last Name
Swartz
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
M
Height
6'3"
Weight
220
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights

Coaches Evaluation for Dylan Swartz

Strengths

· Arm Strength/Accuracy- Dylan’s physical tools are special for a young man his age. He consistently has shown the ability to accurately deliver the football. He has also proven that he can make very difficult throws. The 18 yard comeback, 15 yard dig, and 12 yard out are staples of our offense and Dylan makes these throws time and again. He also throws the deep ball with wonderful touch and accuracy.

· Knowledge of Game/Coverages- Our passing game at Central Catholic is fairly complex for the high school level. I expect my qb’s to make both full and half field reads. Our route progressions typically include 3 or 4 options. Dylan repeatedly has made it to his third and fourth options when the first ones are taken away. He has also mastered the horizontal stretch and high/low reads which are what our passing game is predicated. His recognition of coverages is uncanny for a young man his age. He prepares well from week to week and uses film study to his advantage working side by side with me.

· Physical Tools- As a 16 year young man, Dylan is blessed with great size and strength. He is a legitimate 6’3” and after the season weighed in at 200 pounds. His commitment to the weight room will most certainly have him near 220 pounds at the start of the 2009 season. I am a stickler on footwork and Dylan’s, three, five and seven step drops are very advanced. His drop is fluid and his delivery motion and release are quick.

· Work Ethic- Dylan is a highly self motivated individual. He works at every aspect of his game trying for perfection. He constantly is asking me for new drills that he can use to better himself as a qb. He has a passion to succeed and accepts nothing less. At times his want to succeed can lead him to become frustrated, however these times are few.

Weaknesses

· Straight Line Speed- If I had one knock on Dylan it would be his straight line speed. He is not going to set any records running a 40-yard dash. However, during the season he did at times run the ball with some success. He picked his spots to run, got what he could and then got down. I know that aspect of his game is one he is going to work hard on to improve this offseason. He has begun working with a speed coach so I imagine that his times should improve.

Overall Impression

Dylan Swartz, in my opinion, is a special talent. He combines a mix of hard work, physical blessings, and a desire to win to be a very effective quarterback. Having played beyond college myself, I take pride in knowing what it takes to make it at the next level. Dylan will undoubtedly succeed at the next level.

Frank Borba (209) 918-5504 email:FBooBorba@aol.com

QB Coach/Passing Game Coordinator

Central Catholic High School, Modesto, CA

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