Casa Grande quarterback Angel Flores is one of the most versatile quarterbacks in Arizona.
Coming into the 2021 season, the 6-foot-2, 205-pound quarterback has thrown for over 5,200 yards and rushed for nearly 2,300 yards in three seasons.
As a senior, he is looking to lead the Cougars to new heights in 2021. He’s played with this group at the varsity level for multiple years now and sees the team chemistry getting stronger and stronger each year.
He’s carved out a strong offer list despite limited in-person interaction with college coaches due to COVID-19 restrictions. He currently holds offers from Morgan State, NAU, Columbia, Georgetown, Rice and Eastern Washington.
Among those schools, it’s the Lumberjacks of Northern Arizona that are recruiting him hardest currently. Fresno State has also been building a relationship with Flores.
The quarterback is planning to make a decision after the season so he can get on some campuses and he can show off what he can do as a senior.
He joined the Recruiting Roundup to discuss his recruitment and the early 2021 season.