In late December, Northwest Mississippi QB Casey Weston (6-3, 205) was still waiting to hear from a…
Weston still waiting on a D-1 opportunity
"I felt like I did all I could do to show people I can play at the next level," Weston told JCFootball.com. "I just haven't gotten a lot of looks, but I'm hopeful someone looks at me because I feel like I could easily play at the next level."
Weston grew up a fan of SEC football, particularly Auburn where his father had season tickets.
"Ever since I was little I wanted to play SEC ball," Weston said over the summer. "I came to school (at Northwest Mississippi) in order to give myself a chance because I only really get one shot at it."
So far schools from D-1AA have been the only schools to contact Weston, but he feels if he's patient he might have a chance to still realize his dream.
"I'm a little frustrated, but it's part of life," Weston said. "You just have to keep persevering and something good will come out of it.
"I'm definitely more of a pocket guy, but I can do (run) and be mobile enough to keep defenses honest."
Weston is ready to sign now and he'll have three years to play two wherever he ends up.
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