Stedman Lanigan Shines at Quarterback Ranch Camp

Duncanville, Texas High School quarterback Stedman Lanigan, preparing to begin spring drills to solidify his spot as Panther starting QB and one of the top dual-threat high school quarterbacks in Texas, spent his Spring Break training with instructor Rich Bartel at The Quarterback Ranch Duncanville QB/Receivers Camp.

Stead1“I really enjoyed working with Duncanville’s quarterbacks, in particular Stedman Lanigan,” said Bartel, an NFL veteran and elite instructor for The Quarterback Ranch. “Stedman is extremely coachable, eager to learn, and has some unbelievable natural talent. His arm strength is as strong as any high school quarterback I have seen in the country, not to mention he is built like a brick house. I’m excited to see how far he will lead the Panthers in this upcoming season and what his future holds at the collegiate level.”

Lanigan, who joined several other Duncanville quarterbacks and receivers at the first Quarterback Ranch camp at Panther Stadium, missed his junior season after tearing his ACL during a pre-season scrimmage but has returned to the field even stronger than before his injury. At 6’-0”, Stead is powerfully built and has a very strong arm and lightning-quick release.

“He’s done an unbelievable job with his rehab and is back stronger than ever and ready to show people he’s one of the best QB’s in the state,” says Duncanville head coach Jeff Dicus. “There is not a throw on the field he can’t hit and his footwork is already good but is getting better. On top of his physical skills and athleticism, he has excellent football knowledge. He has one of the quickest releases of any quarterback in our program in a long time. He has all the tools to be a significant threat at the next level as both a passer and runner.”

Sted, as he is known by his teammates and coaches, was named MVP at the Feb 1, 2014 Next Level Combine (4.25 Shuttle, 4.65 40, 26” Vertical) and carries a GPA of 3.0 as a junior at Duncanville High School.

Following an outstanding Quarterback Ranch camp, Lanigan will have the opportunity to further hone his skills as spring drills for the Panthers begins on Thursday, May 1 from 3:15-5:15 p.m.

More information about Lanigan is available through Coach Dicus at 972-365-1692 or email at

Video of Lanigan’s sophomore season is available at