Stat to Note
In 2010, in his first year as the starting quarterback, Seurer led Olathe South to 7-4 record which resulted in a berth in the Sectional Round of the playoffs.
Seurer has football genes--his father, Frank Sr., starred at Kansas and later spent time in the NFL including two starts with the Chiefs in 1987. With bloodlines like those it's only natural that the younger Seurer has become such a gamer in the Sunflower League.
As a sophomore nothing Seurer did really jumped off the stat sheet. He passed for 424 yards and four touchdowns, which were modest totals in Olathe South's run-heavy offense, but certainly nothing that would signify an upcoming gunslinger. Perhaps it was Seurer's game managing ability that was most impressive. For a sophomore to come in and execute the Falcon's triple option based offense the way he did, in year one, was quite impressive.
Often times it takes a big-time quarterback a year of being a game manager before they break out of their shell and begin showcasing their talents. Derek Miller spent a year in that role for Olathe East in 2003, and he turned out to be one of the winningest quarterbacks in league history with 31 career wins as a starter. Seurer has a chance to leave a sizeable mark in Olathe quarterback history if he is able to progress and build off his successes from 2010.