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Michigan quarterback commit Kevin Doyle named Washington D.C. Player of the Year

The 2018 QB earned a high honor Monday morning

Michigan commit Kevin Doyle throws a pass at the Nike Football The Opening New Orleans.
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All the Michigan football news today has been centered around transfer quarterback Shea Patterson transferring to the Wolverines, but Monday morning’s quarterback news was on a player Michigan already had verbally pledged to its 2018 recruiting class.

Three-star quarterback and Michigan verbal commit Kevin Doyle was named the 2017-18 Gatorade District of Columbia Football Player of the Year.

Doyle played his high school ball at St. John’s College High School in Washington D.C. The 6-foot-4 pro-style quarterback threw for 2,635 yards and 22 touchdowns while leading the Cadets to their first Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Championship in 28 years.

He also maintained a 3.26 grade point average and volunteered through SMART Congressional Student-Empowerment.