2016 QB talks Army Combine, recruiting

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Ponte Vedra (Fla.) Providence quarterback Augie DeBiase is a 2016 prospect that's already becoming a household name. He was one of the top performers in the Army All-American combine last weekend.
"It was just a really great experience," the 6-foot-1, 223-pound prospect said. "I had some of the best wide receivers and tight ends to throw to and going up against some of the best safeties and cornerbacks in the country. It was just a really good opportunity for me to show the world what I can do."
DeBiase enjoyed the experience, and thought he made a statement.
"I thought I was very blessed and had a good performance. I felt like I competed at their level or better in my opinion. I feel like I was one of the better guys there and probably took the most reps. I was really eager to show everybody what I could do."
"It was really a blessing. There were probably 500 juniors and just a few sophomores that got invited out there. It was the best of the best and it was really cool to be in the Alamo done. It was an awesome experience."
Florida State, Alabama, Georgia, Nebraska, and Florida have all showed DeBiase interest so far. He already holds offers from Virginia Tech.
"It really shows me that I can reach my dreams and goals. I'm not where I want to be yet so I have to keep working and training. If I continue to mature and work hard, I believe my dreams will come true and I'll have offers from these big time D1 programs."
His dream school is the Florida Gators, and that would be a huge offer for him to get.
"It would be really big because it's always been my dream to play there. I'll always be a little bit biased for Florida, but I have to widen horizons now because of all of these great opportunities that I can see happening in my future. But a Florida offer would be pretty awesome."