Dynamic Athlete Visits SEC Program

Caleb Perry visits Vanderbilt and speaks on how senior leadership is important

When it comes to the Chattahoochee Valley Area recruiting a lot of athletes get overlooked due to the amount of athletes in the area. Caleb Perry is not letting that get in his way of his dreams of playing division one football next year. Perry, an athlete that plays both quarterback and defensive back for Pacelli, has lit up the competition the past two seasons. His performance helped lead a very talented Vikings team to the playoffs last year. Perry recently visited Vanderbilt for their first game of the year, and The Crowded Booth wanted to speak with Perry on is visit and how recruiting is going.

You got to visit Vanderbilt this weekend! How did the visit go?

“It went really good they fed us good food we was able to talk to the coaches face to face and be on the sidelines during their warmups.”

How has the recruiting process been for you?

“It’s been a little slow. I got two offers right now with a couple D1 schools looking at me right now.”

With this being your senior year and have a full spring instead of COVID stopping practice this year, what are some things you are working on for your own game?

“I’m working on becoming a better leader for my team and working my arm accuracy and staying healthy for playoffs.”

What is some advice you have learned that helps with recruiting?

“Some I advice I learn was be patient because I at first I so anxious for colleges to respond back downing my self when they didn’t so I learn to just be patient and let God work his plan.”

Are you able to use that advice for recruitment?

“Yes I am able to use that advice because more schools started reaching out more when I just laid back and keep working and let God run his plan.”

Perry has led Pacelli to a 3-0 start so far outscoring their opponents 78-13. Pacelli takes on Landmark Christian next week (9/24/21) at home.