AAF 2019: how Luis Perez gave Up at professional bowling & YouTubed his way into learning quarterbackMarch 11, 2019
“I can bowl when I’m 50 years old,” he said.
I really want to play football.
I really want to play football again.”
From the moment he met Brenda, he was determined to marry her.
Wherever Luis has gone, so has Brenda.
Luis went there to learn how to play quarterback.
At the start of the season, Luis was the Jaguars’ ninth-string quarterback.
It was a good thing Luis wanted to learn from his frigid Kansas City experience.
Luis threw for 4,999 yards that season with nine 300-yard games and two 400-yard games on his way to being named the Harlon Hill Player of the Year.
I was taking it one day at a time, but I had a plan.
Pretty soon, Luis was getting better — much better. He got his own ball and shoes. He was bowling regularly, competing in local leagues. That led to tournament play. All throughout high school, he bowled. He uploaded grainy videos of himself to YouTube.