Tesoro’s Devon Modster

Devon Modster Tesoro

Tesoro quarterback Devon Modster, who has given his verbal commitment to the University of Arizona, is looking forward to focusing on getting his teammates to the next level in 2015.

In two seasons as the signal caller for the Titans, Modster, a 3-star prospect in 247Sports.com’s composite rankings, has led his school to an overall record of 18-6 with two postseason appearances, with both years ending with a second round losses in the CIF-Southern Section playoffs.

Last year, the Tesoro advanced to the second round of the CIF-Southern Section West Valley Division playoffs, losing to eventual division runner-up Vista Murrieta 28-27.  In 2013, the Titans lost in the second round of the Pac-5 playoffs to eventual state champ St. John Bosco 55-7

Modster has put-up some impressive numbers along the way. Last season, Modster completed 58.4% of his 341 attempts for 2,602 yards and 24 TD’s with nine interceptions.  He was second on the team in rushing with 660 yards and 12 touchdowns.  For his career, Modster is just shy of 4,000 yards in total offense.

Earlier this week I spoke to Modster about his leadership role this season and his head coach Matt Poston about Devon’s improvement over the past three years.  You can listen to both of their answers below.

Next week, we’ll have a complete team video preview for Tesoro.

Click here to check-out the Titans 2015 schedule

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