UTC's Will Healy is Quarterback Club Speaker

Monday, February 11, 2013

Tennessee at Chattanooga assistant football coach and recruiting coordinator Will Healy is the scheduled speaker for today's Chattanooga Quarterback Club luncheon at Finley Stadium.

The price of the noon luncheon is $10 and it is open to the public.

Healy is in his fourth year with the Mocs football program and will talk about the 2013 UTC football signing class.

He was a team captain on the 2008 NCAA champion Richmond Spiders.

At Boyd-Buchanan, Healy earned all-state twice, all-state honorable mention two other years, and was a four-time all-region selection. A Tennessee "Mr. Football" finalist as a senior, Healy holds the Chattanooga area career passing record with more than 7,700 yards.

 


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