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Name: Todd Centeio (Double Transfer from Colorado State/Temple)
College: James Madison     Number: 1
Height: 6-1   Weight: 221
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

40 Low: 4.58
   40 Time: 4.68
  40 High: 4.78

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Weight: 221

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: Double Transfer from Colorado State/Temple...2020: NAC...Transfer from Temple


 Todd Centeio, James Madison, Player News


  Kickoff times and broadcast information has been announced for the first two games of the 2022 James Madison football season. JMU will open the campaign with a 6 p.m. game against Middle Tennessee State at Bridgeforth Stadium on Saturday, September 3. The game will be broadcast on ESPN+ and it will be the first contest for the Dukes as an FBS team. One week later James Madison will host Norfolk State for a 4 p.m. kickoff on Saturday, September 10 with live coverage available through digital streaming on ESPN3. - WHSV.com

(DS#68 QB) rSr/2023 QB Todd CenteioJames Madison
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  It's no secret that JMU is in the middle of a three-way quarterback competition between graduate student and Colorado State transfer Todd Centeio, redshirt freshman Billy Atkins and true freshman Alonza Barnett III. Cignetti has liked what he's seen out of each quarterback at times this spring, but isn't going to rush naming the starting signal-caller. "I think it's a three-way quarterback battle. It's definitely going to go into the fall," Cignetti said. "There will not be a decision this spring, that's for sure." Throughout the spring, Cignetti has said that he's looking for clear separation between the quarterbacks to name a starter. So far, none of the quarterbacks have pulled away from the others at this point in practice.

Centeio and Atkins have split first-team reps evenly this spring, alternating days with the starting group, except for last Saturday, when Barnett earned first-team reps. In that case, Centeio and Atkins worked with the second and third teams during the open part of practice. Centeio is the only quarterback on the roster with significant playing time, starting at both Colorado State and Temple in past seasons. Last season with the Rams, Centeio threw for almost 3,000 yards and 12 touchdowns, adding a pair of scores on the ground. - Daily News-Record


(DS#68 QB) rSr/2023 QB Todd CenteioJames Madison
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  If Heisman Trophies were won on promises, you can forget J.T. Daniels, Bryce Young and Spencer Rattler. That puppy is Todd Centeio's bust to lose, America. "I don't believe that I'm an impaired passer," Centeio, CSU's graduate quarterback, said Tuesday at the Rams' football media day. "I feel like I actually throw the ball better than I run the ball. And I truly believe that running the ball, I'm good at that as well." With that, he paused and grinned. Knowingly. "I can't wait to just show you guys this year," Centeio continued. "That's all I can say." We want to believe. Honest, we do. Coach Steve Addazio, who handed No. 7 the keys about this time a year ago, keeps doubling down on Team Todd's ceiling. The 'It' factor, Daz calls it. "Other players, they know when a guy either has that or they don't have that," Addazio said, "and Toddy has that." - Denver Post

(DS#68 QB) rSr/2023 QB Todd CenteioJames Madison
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  Centeio is the clear-cut starter, with only freshmen backing him up. The former Temple transfer won the starting job last season, too, but struggled in the first game and was replaced by Patrick O'Brien, who left over the winter for Washington as a graduate transfer. O'Brien is the only starter on either side of the ball from last season who didn't return this spring. Centeio is a better passer than he showed last season, when he completed just 14 of 36 passes with one touchdown and one interception, Addazio and McBride said. And he has some tremendous playmaking abilities, they said, that were on full display this spring. "He's an unbelievable player," McBride said Thursday. "...He throws a really good ball, he's really smart, he understands the game, and I'm thrilled that he's our quarterback." - Fort Collins Coloradoan

(DS#68 QB) rSr/2023 QB Todd CenteioJames Madison
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  Colorado State football coach Steve Addazio made one thing clear as the Rams start spring practice this week: Todd Centeio is CSU's starting quarterback. "We have a definitive starter going into spring and that's Toddy," Addazio said Thursday during a virtual news conference. "We've got a group of young guys and a couple of guys who have been around. We want to really have a great spring to evaluate where they're at and then also elevate Toddy's game." Centeio is a Temple graduate transfer who arrived in Fort Collins last year with two seasons of eligibility left. He started in CSU's opener at Fresno State with mixed results - 10-of-23 passing for 141 yards, plus 80 yards rushing on 13 carries - in a 38-17 loss. Centeio was then supplanted as starter by Patrick O'Brien, since transferred to Washington, with Centeio entering CSU games twice in relief. - Denver Post

(DS#68 QB) rSr/2023 QB Todd CenteioJames Madison
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