Good Counsel QB Frankie Weaver ready to build on junior year success

Good Counsel (MD) quarterback Frankie Weaver is set to lead a veteran Falcon offense into his senior year with a full season as the starter under his belt.

The 6-foot-5, 195-pound quarterback credits his experience through his offseason training, which includes frequent sessions with QBFactory. “It feels good because last year we put in a more new system so it feels to good to get back into the same system. I know we’re going to speed it up a little bit this year, so it should be fun.”

While most view Weaver as a pro-style quarterback, he’ll look to capitalize in the system and dispel those claims once coaches swing by the Olney powerhouse beginning in the spring evaluation period. “Definitely some more runs. I’m more of a pro-style guy but I want to show I can run too,” Weaver added. “I’m a hard working guy and I’ll beat out anybody that I need to.”

With offers from Monmouth, Charlotte and West Virginia so far, Villanova, James Madison, Yale and UPenn have been in frequent contact so far. Weaver was able to hit the road to check out Harvard, James Madison, Monmouth and Villanova earlier this month.

With weapons like RB Dilin Jones and WR Elijah Moore at his disposal along with lineman like Kyle Altuner blocking up front, Weaver knows he’ll have a chance to showcase himself as the mobile, efficient quarterback he looks to put on film.

“I think we should put up at least 30 a game just because of how fast we’re going this year and we’re looking forward to getting a WCAC championship.”

Weaver was named first team all-WCAC after throwing for 1,900 yards and 19 touchdowns as a junior.