2018 QB Boyle Ready To Step Into The Spotlight

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After 1 game, Loyola 2018 QB Quinn Boyle is already opening eyes. We talked schools showing the most interest, what he can bring to the table for a college program and I also got Loyola Head Coach John Holecek’s thoughts on Boyle.

Quinn Boyle

Chicago, IL
GPA: 3.50/4.00
Commitment status: Undecided
Twitter: @qpboyle7
Ht: 6’1″
Wt: 180 lbs
Class: 2018

LPI: What are you going to do to take your game to the next level this season? Also, do you play any other sports or 7on7 in the offseason?

QB: During this season I will be focusing on doing whatever it takes to win. I hope that this will advance my game and take me to the next level, but winning is the number 1 priority. I do not play any other sports in the offseason and I have done 7 on 7 with Loyola for the past couple years.

LPI: After playing behind current Iowa Hawkeye Tommy Herion, you’re now stepping into the stoplight for the first time as a fulltime starter. What skill set can you bring to the table for a college football program?

QB: I think that I can bring a great understanding of the game to a college program. I have taken the backseat to Tommy who is now at Iowa like you said and Emmett Clifford who is at Holy Cross and they have taught me so much about the game. I feel very comfortable with understanding defenses.

LPI: You currently don’t have any offers, but are receiving interest from schools. Which schools in particular have shown serious interest in you and do you have any planned visits set?

QB: Drake, Denison, St. Thomas and Northwest Missouri State are the schools that have shown the most interest. I have not planned any visits yet as I am completely focused on doing everything possible to make sure that this season is a success.

LPI: Who are some of your teammates or training partners that you believe can play at the next level, but have gone overlooked by college coaches?


Alex King: Alex is the strongest kid I know and the strongest kid at our school. He is an absolute beast and makes defenders pay. He has a work ethic that cannot be matched as is willing to give whatever it takes to win. For being 245 lbs, he moves very well and catches everything.

Charlie Gilroy: Charlie is a huge target with good hands who can move. He is very intelligent and knows a lot about the game. Charlie is a very serious kid with a tremendous work ethic and is willing to do anything for his teammates.

Marty Geary: Marty is an absolute dog. He is the meanest, most physical player on our team and refuses to be stopped. All he wants to do is win and do the best for his team. Marty works very hard in the weight room and pushes his teammates to do the same. A great leader.

Hamid Bullie: Hamid is very shifty. He makes cuts that most people cannot make and is very smart with the ball. He’s very bright and understands the game. He works hard and prepares himself like a college athlete.

Anthony Rodriguez: A Rod is a 6’2 210 inside or outside linebacker who has everything it takes to play in college. He is long, fast, and physical. He’s very motivated and loves football. Colleges are missing out on this kid and it has only pushed him even harder.

Armoni Dixon: Armoni will no doubt have offers in the coming weeks because he is a stud. He gave our offense troubles all summer and is very solid. He’s long, physical, and makes plays. While having so much talent, he continues to work hard and refuses to be complacent.

Noah Jones: Noah is blazing fast and adjusts to the ball so well. If he can stay healthy, there is no reason he shouldn’t have multiple offers end of the year. He’s a student of the game and loves football. No doubt he’ll be raking in offers soon.

Coach’s Corner

Loyola Head Coach John Holecek on Boyle on and off the field

“Quinn is the ultra competitive jock that will always give you his utmost effort to win. Has the calm, smart, and steady QB personality but no can doubt his leadership because his passion and dedication to his craft. Tough as they come.”