New York Guardians QB Luis Perez was busy last week. The former Harlon Hill Trophy winner in 2017 as the nation’s top Division II player. He took part in Western Michigan’s pro day and Louisville’s pro day.
Perez throwing at the Louisville pro day.
Former XFL head of scouting Eric Galko still has high praise for Perez.
Perez is grateful for the opportunity.
After being traded from the LA Wildcats to the New York Guardians. Perez took over the starting role from Matt McGloin and finished the season with 418 yards passing, three touchdowns, one interception, and a 92.1 QB rating.
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