Monday, March 24, 2014

NSR ranks Daron Bryden # 1 6th Grade QB in the nation!

Congrats Daron! Keep up the great work. It doesnt matter how good you are right now and you still need a lot of work to do to be the best ever! Keep on grinding son! Remember your haters are your motivators!

There is no off season for Daron! #NoDaysOff

Daron is still playing football all year around. He is still doing his QB workouts with his father. He worked out with New Britain Jr Hurricanes players and Hartford Hurricanes players during his off season workouts. He recently finished his indoor flag football league. He played for coaches Mark Light and Kori Kaluna. Right now he is playing Full Contact Indoor Football League with Team 88 Athletics. We are undefeated so far. Our record is 4-0. Daron is 23/30 passing 77 % completions with 8 touchdown passes and no interceptions so far. Two more games left to go. His wide receivers are doing great job! His wide receivers are AP Simpson, Dorrain Chaney, Tyreece Lumpkin and Zach Light! His linemen are also doing a great job (Shepard, Kaluna and DTrain) Two of his FBU Team Connecticut North teammates are playing with him (DTrain, and Dorrian Chaney) His coaches for Team 88 Athletics are Tyrone Lumpkin, Kori Kaluna and Mark Grano. His next camp is ACE Rule The Air Invitational Game in Philly, PA this Sunday. Then his next camp is Team USA Football Regionial Development at Washington DC (April 5 and 6). He was invited by Jimmy Thomas to go there. They will be using the Gallaudet University football field! Great experience for Daron because Gallaudet University is a deaf college!

Bret Cooper Youth All American Game in Dallas, Texas

Daron had a great time meeting his new friends and coaches. Great experience for him. He played against 7th graders! He was one of the 6th graders to participated in the 7th grade youth all american game. Daron's team won by 2. Final Score was 20-18. It was a tough day for passing for all the quarterbacks because it was 30-40 mph wind during the game. Daron went 1-2 10 yards passing for first down. He helped the team scored the winning td in the 4th quarter! Bret Cooper was very impressed with Daron after seeing him throw and play for the first time. He followed Daron since he was 6 years old! Great guy and the coaches want Daron back again in the future!

Connecticut calls Daron Bryden " RG III "

SportzEdge powered by News 8 wrote an nice article about Daron. They called him "Mini RG III" Heres the link