Siebenshuh, 6-foot-5, 225-pounds, featured a rocket arm that threw the football accurately and on time throughout the tournament. He is a pocket passer that has the talent to play at the next level.
"I only played one game last year because of a knee injury, and I backed up my older brother as a sophomore, so there isn't much film out on me at all," Siebenshuh stated. "I did attend camps in the Midwest this summer, like at Missouri and Iowa. They are all saying they're interested but they want to see senior film."
"I'm very anxious to play my senior season, so coaches can actually see the type of player I am," he added. "I think my decision making is good, and I don't take risks with the football. I'm working on improving my speed, because I'm not the fastest player out there."
EVALUATION: I have no idea if Siebenshuh can play real football, but there's no doubting his ability to lead a team and win games in 7on7. This kid has great size and arm strength, and can make every throw necessary to win games. Hopefully, he can stay healthy as a senior and put up the type of film needed to earn college offers. His performance in Cleveland was impressive, and certainly looked the part of a Division-I college quarterback. Trayon Gray (Team Miami) was the top quarterback at the NFL event, but Siebenshuh gave him a run for his money.