Adam Pittser content as fall back option
August, 18, 2010
By Greg Biggins
Easily the biggest surprise at the recent Elite 11 quarterback camp was the play of signal caller Adam Pittser (Richmond, Ill./Richmond-Burton), who finds himself in a unique position right now as the backup option for a pair of Pac-10 schools. Pittser was the last quarterback picked to make the Elite 11 and was easily the least heralded in the group. In fact, the majority of the other quarterbacks had no idea who he even was prior to the opening workout. That all changed quickly as Pittser put on a show and was voted runner up for MVP honors behind only five-star quarterback Jeff Driskel (Oviedo, Fla./Hagerty). Pittser, 6-foot-2, 195 pounds, had arguably the strongest arm at the camp thanks to an effortless release and was also one of the most accurate quarterbacks in the camp.
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