Denver, Colorado

QB Luis Perez has been under scrutiny all of his life. A Bowler turned Quarterback isn’t a common transition. But Luis has lived up to his hype. Leading the Texas A&m Commerce Lions to a DII National championship, and along the way breaking multiple records. 47 touchdowns, 5,ooo plus yards, and a 70% completion percentage are just a few stats that Luis can add to his resume.

“Luis is such a special player. His work ethic, drive to win, and dependability are going to make the, (NFL), scouts take notice. This guys has what it takes to be a very electric player.” – Tim Jenkins

Getting ready for the draft is no easy task. Mentally and physically it takes a toll on every player. What really makes a difference for an NFL hopeful is the right support system. Perez sought out Jenkins Elite to provide the support that he needed. In a few short weeks, the staff had helped Luis take leaps and bounds in his pursuit of the ever touted moment of Rodger Goodell reading your name off on Draft day.

Not only have the scouts started to take note of Harlon Hill winner Perez, but the media is also starting to flock to his side as well.

CBS 4 Denver is among the latest to hop on to Luis’s wagon. In A recent piece by Ryan Greene, Luis Perez discussed the transition from bowling to playing quarterback at a high level and the skepticism that comes with it.

“It’s just another chip on my shoulder that I have to overcome. It comes with the process, some people are gonna like you but not everyone is going to be on your side.” – Luis Perez

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