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  After tearing his ACL during his true-freshman season, Penix was named Indiana's starter heading into 2019. But after just six starts in which he displayed tantalizing arm talent, Penix suffered a season-ending injury to his right sternoclavicular joint leading to yet another offseason of recovery. But what his quarterback coaches in Florida saw in a high school version of Penix continues to be his driving force to return from more adversity. "He knows what he wants," C.J. Bennett said. "And he's definitely hungry for some more success." The Stable QB Academy helps train high school recruits to specialize in specific skills needed for the next level. The Bennetts start their search for talent in the Tampa area as young as fifth grade, and The Stable remains a place for college quarterbacks to improve in the offseason.

"Our main job is to prepare them and put them in as many game-like situations, game-like drills," C.J. Bennett said. "Whether it's off-balance stuff, being on time, being comfortable in the pocket, uncomfortable scenarios, our goal is to make the drills and everything we do as game-like as possible. "So when the bullets are flying on Saturdays and things are going crazy, (Penix) has the mechanics and that foundation to always look back on." Penix's work has shown in various aspects, whether that be through his ball flight or just by the eye test. Penix is stronger and making strides toward not just being Indiana's top option at quarterback, but also the team's most consistent option. "Mike Penix has a rocket for an arm," Indiana cornerback Tiawan Mullen said. "Mike is a great leader, he's a great quarterback. He throws much stronger having gained 15, 20 pounds over the spring. So, Mike can do it all. I feel like he is going to take us far this season." - Indianapolis Star/News


(DS#32 QB) rSr/2023 QB Michael Penix Jr.Washington
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