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Wed. June 22, 2011 | Bob Putnam | Email

The musical chairs among players at Pinellas County schools continued this week with Indian Rocks Christian quarterback Kyle Craichy  and Leto quarterback Colby Robinson both transferring to Admiral Farragut.

Last season, Craichy threw for 662 yards and seven touchdowns while splitting time at quarterback with Casey Woods. Both quarterbacks alternated plays and each had a hard time distinguishing themselves as a front-runner to become a full-time starter.

Craichy, a rising senior, alternated quarters with Woods in the spring game against St. Petersburg Catholic and had a hand in two of IRC's three fourth-quarter touchdowns.

This is the third school Craichy has transferred to in as many years. He came to IRC after spending the 2009 season at Northside Christian.

Robinson, a rising junior, played for coach Mike Jalazo at Leto last season. This is Robinson's third school, as well. He played at Clearwater Central Catholic in 2009.

With both quarterbacks coming to Admiral Farragut, versatile athlete Rayshawn Jenkins can now move to receiver.

But Blue Jackets coach Chris Miller has not ruled out playing Jenkins at quarterback.

"I know Rayshawn would like to play receiver," Miller said. "But he still could see some snaps under center. I just don't know what we're going to do right now. I didn't expect two quarterbacks to transfer in like this. Usually, we have one quarterback who starts and the next guy is a mile away. This is all kind of different for me. We'll have to use the summer and 7-on-7 leagues to sort things out."

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