Star quarterback Rube Scott Rhea was born to play at Fayette Academy

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QBC Memphis trainee Rube Scott Rhea, a 2018 Mr. Football finalist in Tennessee is the subject of a recent feature by John Varlas in the Daily Memphian:

There are a lot of different ways Rube Scott Rhea’s future can go.

He’d love to play college football at his dream school, Mississippi State, although he knows that’s a long shot. He’d love to be back at Nissan Stadium in Nashville for the Mr. Football ceremonies in December.

Provided nothing unexpected happens — that’s almost a sure bet.

But whatever the future holds for Rhea, there’s no escaping his past. Heading into his senior football season, he’s doing what he seemed destined to do: be a football hero at Fayette Academy.

…Rhea’s success has not come easily. He’s worked out with QB Country in Collierville to hone his passing; even when he began playing quarterback as a seventh-grader, he’d still tuck and run more often than not. He’s also paid his own way to attend the prestigious Manning Passing Camp in Louisiana.

For a kid from a school with an enrollment just under 200, it was quite an experience to rub shoulders with some A-level quarterbacks…

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