Aaron McLaughlin, The Highly Rated Quarterback Now Transfers To Denmark

The football program of Denmark is already anticipating the comeback of practically each and every player from its debut season which seems to be very promising, has just picked up one more talent having high potential impact.

Aaron McLaughlin who initiated at Class 5A power for the last 2 seasons and also hold some offers of scholarship from various high-major programs of the college, is currently a student at Denmark and he is planning the Danes for the forthcoming season.

Aaron, who is 6 foot 4-inch pro-style quarterback, also assisted lead the club of Wolves to an overall record of 21-5 in the year 2017 and also 2018 and then reached at least the quarterfinals of state every time. He was also adjudged with the honorable mention in the famous All-Region for the 8-5A region in the year 2018 and has also received offers from Michigan, USC, and Auburn, among others.

Terry Crowder the coach of Denmark said that “We know very well that he is a really good player of football.” The program of Buford very recently went through the upheaval of coaching, which played a vital role in the family decision of Aaron to move to the district of Denmark. John Ford, the head coach of Wolves, who was hired from the club of Roswell in the month of January in 2017, resigned from the post of the coach on 28th November.

Buford was defeated by Bainbridge in the state quarterfinals of this year, which was the maiden time that the program didn’t even succeed in reaching the state semifinals since the year 2006. Aaron had a very close relationship with Coach John, and his resignation from that post played a vital role in the decision of quarterback to leave the program.