QB-friendly events aid Northwestern-recruit Thorson's return from broken collarbone
WHEATON – This summer’s 7-on-7 competitions hold a little extra importance for Wheaton North quarterback Clayton Thorson.
After breaking his collarbone in the Falcons’ second-round playoff game last fall, the incoming senior has made his much-awaited return to the field. In addition to working out kinks, Thorson also is getting acclimated to virtually an entirely new cast of offensive characters, aside from wide receiver Matt Biegalski.
“It’s good to get out there and go against other competition,” the Northwestern recruit said. “Obviously there are no linemen and such but you can go out there and throw the ball around.
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