Maroa-Forsyth begins grooming next QB in summer camp

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Maroa-Forsyth went 12-2 and reached the 2A state championship game in 2016. Maroa-Forsyth went 12-2 and reached the 2A state championship game in 2016.

MAROA -- As a senior in 2016, Maroa-Forsyth quarterback Tyler Ray threw for 23 touchdowns to 8 interceptions and ran in 5 more scores in helping the Trojans to the 2A state title game.

Now that he's gone, the search begins for his replacement. The Trojans are getting their first taste of the next generation this summer in camp, where sophomore Ian Benner and freshman Wade Jostes, son of head coach Josh Jostes, figure to be the two candidates for the starting job.

Click the video above for an inside peek at the two candidates' development!

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