My outstanding 2019 QB from Berea Ohio, Trevor Bycznski and his Dad James and his brother who is currently playing center for Luke Fickell at U Of Cincinnati, made their way to Oxford Ohio for the Friday night lights camp at the beautiful Ben Rothlesburger Field house and Yager Stadium where we got to see again the awesome Bronze statue of Bo Schembeckler the famous father of my partner Shemy in GES Advisory (the most complete recruiting service for young men to play football at the next level). I took off from Columbus by 4 pm and made it to Oxford just in time to hear the end of Head Coach Martin’s very intriguing speech that he delivers to all prospective recruits just before each camp at Miami of Ohio. While Ben warmed up with the other top recruits, his brother and Dad ( who played at Miami of Ohio under Bo a few years ago) and I spent an enjoyable 45 minutes talking with Coach Martinon the side lines and all 4 of us working on some good summer tans.
After all the combine stuff was finished we got to the one on ones which is how we really start to evaluate a top young QB, so I took a position out on the field right behind the QB’S and with my buddy Zack D’Orazio the outstanding assistant QB and WR coach for Coach Martin. It was the right spot to see everything and I loved what I saw from my 6’5” 228 pound Junior QBTrevor Bycznski. From the moment he started to warm up all the way to the one on ones I knew he was on fire. His ball was jumping off his shoulder with rocket speed but with effortless ease, delivering what is now a trade mark ball of Sink Coached QB’s. His ball traveled point to point with NO wobble at all and it was making an incredible amount of revolutions per second as it traveled directly into his target as planned. He threw fades, post corners, outs, comebacks, slants, digs, speed outs, scissors, posts, and stop-goes and maybe a few more that I don’t remember, but all were with great precision and on target for multi TD’s and big plays. Zack and I took a little Talley and we were both in concurrence that Trevor was far and away the best in the camp. I was very proud of my fairly new student and his accomplishments in a very short time.
He and his family headed home and got there 2 hours after my home arrival time of 11:45 pm, just in time to get up and head the next day to Penn State, where according to my sources,Trevor did the same thing at the Nittany Lions Camp. Even Trevor’s assessment of his own performance at PSU, was he had a good day (and in the world of young Bycznski that means he did just as well at Penn State as he did at Miami of Ohio). We are looking forward to a great year for Trevor and his Berea HS teammates. Congratulations Trev, on 2 excellent camps.