VISIT TO CURTIS HIGH SCHOOL FALL CAMP
Scott Wismer knows his place.
The change is noticeable. Last season, he was a sophomore doing his best to fit in on the Curtis High School football team. And on that first day of preseason camp, he rotated among reserve fullback, inverted safety and heck – he was even a holder on field goal and PAT kicks.
And now he is the team’s starting quarterback as a junior.
How did that evolve? By the end of the 2011 season, he was starting at tight end. He showed natural leadership. Coach Clay Angle noticed his overall football-related intelligence. And he was a big athlete who could move – and quickly.
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