For 2027 quarterback prospect Levi McAbee, the timing is perfect.
The 5-foot-6, 140 pound quarterback is hoping he can usher the new stadium in with some wins next year as a freshman and throughout his career.
McAbee had a busy summer. The signal caller spent his time away from school learning how to improve his skills on the football field.
Texas A&M camp, FBU Oklahoma City regional, Manning Passing Academy, and FBU Top Gun were all on McAbee’s docket. In the spring, he participated in QBU, UA Next+ and NXTGN.
When he wasn’t at camps or playing 7v7 with 380 Elite, McAbee was training with former Oklahoma and Texas A&M quarterback Trevor Knight.
“He has helped me develop in my decision making and just part of the way I play with making reads as fast as I can,” McAbee said.
In addition to that training, McAbee has also focused on the weight room.
“I do think that how I’ve performed in the weight room has transferred to the field by developing my arm strength and leg strength for more power in my throws,” McAbee said.
Currently an eighth grader at Melissa Middle School, as he continues to grow and develop, McAbee is holding himself to a high standard.
“My goals are obviously going to be a high standard for myself,” McAbee said. “I hope to make varsity when I’m a freshman in high school, and I obviously want to win a lot of games with my guys this year.”