Athlete Spotlight: Easton Caudill | Quarterback | Ohio
Updated: Oct 27, 2022
Easton Caudill is a class of 2029 quarterback from Minford Middle School in Ohio. He was voted co-MVP of the Dream All-American Middle School game held on June 12, 2022 in AT&T Stadium. He showed he is a player to keep an eye on. He excelled at the Dream National Combine and scored 3 touchdowns in the game!
Measurables: 5'7 145
Highlight Link: https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRfrXwBC/
Good lateral quickness
Athletic or Academic Honors: MVP Gridiron 12u Showcase Game
QB of OAC 11u State Championship Team
QB of a youth team that is 49-0 since the 2nd Grade
Why did you start playing the game? Was it a person who influenced you? If so, who and how did they influence you? My papaw took me to a high school game when I was 3 and I knew the moment I was allowed to play football I wanted to. I begged my dad to let me play tackle football in the second grade and I’ve fallen in love with the game more and more every day.
What are some of your personal and team goals this season?
Our goals are to finish our youth football career undefeated and win our league championship. Then we are focused on hitting the weights right after the season to prepare ourselves for Junior High football. We all have dreams of bringing our community success and excitement.
What would your teachers say about you? My teachers would say I am a hard working leader who excels in the classroom while having dreams of excelling on the football field or basketball. He loves his friends, his teammates, and their families as much as he loves the game.
Who is your favorite player and why? Michael Thomas because he’s an Ohio State Buckeye on my favorite NFL team. His route running and explosive speed makes him exciting to watch.
Why should a college coach recruit you in the future? My father has raised me to understand there’s always someone out there working and ready to take my spot. I fully understand that the separation is in my preparation. I know at this time in my life I want to be the hardest worker on the field at any given time and that includes practice and the weight room.