Ray Green – 419 Football

Posted On: 07/26/20 12:08 PM

Football players across the country have experienced one of the toughest offseason mentally, as COVID-19 has changed many normal processes. This offseason has also allowed athletes to train their way into shape while the nation was on a brief shutdown. College football camps have been far, few, and between all summer long, which has slowed down many prospects from getting much-needed looks. Here are five Toledo area athletes that are looking to gain college attention in 2020 in my five-part series.

 

Jeremiah BeringerJeremiahBeringer5'11" | QBStart | 2021OH - 21’ - Start high school

The 5’11 170lb Qb was first-team all Toledo City League in 2019 as a Jr. Beringer is the leader of the Start Spartans again in 2020, as his senior season will look different with more weapons on the outside. I had the opportunity to watch JB at practice, and his ability to throw on the run has improved along with his pocket passing. The new head coach Godfrey Lewis, the former Central Catholic assistant, looks forward to maximizing JB’s ability to pass and run in 2020. Along with playing QB very well, Beringer is also a second-team all-conference baseball player too for the Spartans. Jeremiah told

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