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Updated: Football: St. Francis gets quarterback transfer

February 7, 2011 |  3:06 pm

Jared Lebowitz, a 6-foot-4 junior-to-be quarterback from Vermont, has enrolled at La Canada St. Francis. He trains under Steve Clarkson, a private coach.

Another Clarkson pupil, junior-to-be quarterback Luke Falk, enrolled earlier this year at Westlake Village Oaks Christian after moving from Utah.

"You're going to have a lot to write about," Clarkson said of both quarterbacks.

Lebowitz and Falk each visited several high schools in the Southland before enrolling at St. Francis and Oaks Christian, respectively.

Another Clarkson client, eighth-grader David Sills from Delaware who committed to USC as a 13-year-old, is apparently staying in Delaware. Clarkson said Auburn recently offered Sills a scholarship.

However, Sills' father told The Times' Gary Klein that his son had not been offered a scholarship from Auburn. He said they like him and they've joked around with him, but they have not offered. He is still committed to USC.

Just another day in the world of high school sports.

-- Eric Sondheimer