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I'll assume everyone has Robert Foster and Adam Brenneman as the top two who's the other 5? Thanks!
My take for the Wpial.........................Kugler OL North Allegheny
Boyd WR/DB Clairton
As per PAPreps.com
QB Chavas Rawlins Monessen, Pennsylvania
OL Jaryd Jones-Smith Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
WR Diante Cherry Lancaster, Pennsylvania
WR William Fuller Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
OL Dorian Johnson Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania
RB David Williams Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
WR Jay Harris Exton, Pennsylvania
WR Zach Challingsworth McDonald, Pennsylvania
WR Brian Lemelle Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
WR Devin Wilson Mc Kees Rocks, Pennsylvania
WR Jordan Davenport Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
TE Scott Orndorff Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
WR Tyler Boyd Clairton, Pennsylvania
TE Adam Breneman Camp Hill, Pennsylvania
WR Robert Foster Monaca, Pennsylvania
LB Alex Anzalone Wyomissing, Pennsylvania
RB Colby Grant Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
K Nick Visco Warminster, Pennsylvania
LB Nelson Lee Lucas-Murphy Exton, Pennsylvania
QB Brennan Scott Lancaster, Pennsylvania
QB Brandon Bossard Norristown, Pennsylvania
QB Brandon Lavia Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
QB Michael Keir Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
QB Kyle Lauletta Exton, Pennsylvania
QB Ed Stockett McKeesport, Pennsylvania
QB Damion Terry Erie, Pennsylvania
DB Darnell Holland Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
ATH Hodari Christian McKeesport, Pennsylvania
ATH Delton Williams Erie, Pennsylvania
DB Titus Howard Clairton, Pennsylvania
DB Dubois Ross Bangor, Pennsylvania
RB Darin Franklin Monroeville, Pennsylvania
RB Alex Cooley Wrightsville, Pennsylvania
RB Jordyn Bennett Glen Mills, Pennsylvania
RB Roman Clay Lancaster, Pennsylvania
ATH Zayd Issah Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
LB Matt Galambos Havertown, Pennsylvania
LB Brandon Smith Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
LB Jake Plonski Erie, Pennsylvania
LB TJ Armstrong Clarion, Pennsylvania
LB Brandon Chatmon Springfield, Pennsylvania
OL Andrew Nelson Hershey, Pennsylvania
OL Elijah Wilkinson Downingtown, Pennsylvania
OL Matt Barone Mc Kees Rocks, Pennsylvania
OL Madison O'Connor Pottstown, Pennsylvania
OL Mike McGlinchey Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
OL Patrick Kugler Wexford, Pennsylvania
DE Elijah Griffin Exton, Pennsylvania
DT Josh Dininny Johnstown, Pennsylvania
DE Curtis Cothran Newtown, Pennsylvania
DE Shakir Soto Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania
DE Nick Arcidiacono Warminster, Pennsylvania
DT Tyler Haddock Mc Kees Rocks, Pennsylvania
DE Justin Moody Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
QB Alec Werner Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
QB Mack Leftwich Wexford, Pennsylvania
QB Danny Ferens Clymer, Pennsylvania
LB James Conner Erie, Pennsylvania
OL Marquis Wallace Scranton, Pennsylvania
DB Nate Monroe Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
DE Todd Jones Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
WR Christopher Sutton Radnor, Pennsylvania
DB Khalid Weems Ft. Washington, Pennsylvania
WR Shameek Carter Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
OL Cary Hess Shippensburg, Pennsylvania
DE Matt Barrone McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania
ATH Kyle Yocum Reading, Pennsylvania
QB Adam Sahd Millersville, Pennsylvania
QB Thomas Woodson Monroeville, Pennsylvania
OL Brandon Madjerch Monroeville, Pennsylvania
TE Jaymar Parrish Monroeville, Pennsylvania
OL R.J. Hughes Monroeville, Pennsylvania
LB Hodari Christian McKeesport, Pennsylvania
QB Cole Proffitt Manheim, Pennsylvania
OL Alex Atkins Northern Cambria, Pennsylvania
LB Payton Minnich Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
RB Khyre Drayer Erie, Pennsylvania
RB Marquis Edwards Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by pwpitch 2 years ago
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Here is a link to the top 7 per 247.
If winning was easy even losers would do it.
1. Robert Foster- WR
2. Adam Breneman- TE
3. Patrick Kugler- OL
4. David Williams- RB
5. Tyler Boyd - CB/WR
6. Alex Anzalone - LB
7. Justin Moody - DT
8. Mike McGlinchey - OL
the top 3-4 are pretty set. PA is weak this year but the first 2 will be really high 4 most likely 5 stars. The rest will be 4-star types at the start at least but some may drop like always and others will rise.
Dorian Johnson is in the top 6.
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How many of these guys do you guys think we can realistically pull? Just asking for opinions and insight.
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Lets keep them all in state, let B.O'B start off with a bang.
This post was edited by PsuProud133749 2 years ago
Still don't get why Zayd Issah and Tyler Boyd aren't ranked as 4stars on this site yet!
Are you sure you don't mean Damien Terry? Or you be talking about Dorian Johnson who's an OT out here in western PA plays for belle Vernon.
He means the second one I bet. He and I had a conversation about him alst night.
I think Johnson projects easily as a LT. 72 would be able to asses Him more accurately, but this Ol class i think will be between 4-5 and I hope Johnson is part of the class.
Like a bunch of the names.
Right now Williams, Breneman, and Foster seem pegged to compete for the top.
DeShawn Coleman is a pretty good looking prospect. I will link him below.
Zayd Issah is one to keep an eye on, along with Dorian Johnson.
I am waiting to see how guys like James Conner and Delton Williams do in a camp setting as well. Looks to be solid athletes.
Just to name a few others.
Im not sure how I would rank them yet, but there are some solid prospects, and more usually come out with the eval process.
Deshawn Coleman, junior running back out of Hickory High School rushed for 2,381 yards in 2011 with 36 touchdowns in 12 games. He is 5'11 and 170 lbs, runs a 4.4 forty yard dash.
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Completely agree. How can Zayd be named Co-player of the year in AAAA as a Junior & not be ranked near the top. I think some people at 247, Scout, and Rivals need to watch some film.
Isn't this what people were saying about Nosovitch?
Eventually people will realize most of what you do in HS means diddly squat to college coaches.
It's abou how a recruit PROJECTS at the next level, now how he ran for 2000 yards against mid level to poor Pa hs football.
Deshawn Coleman from hickory yeah I agree he is a good looking prospect, actually lead the state in rushing. He's listed at 5'11 175lbs, so not sure if stays at running back. He could stay there and be an all purpose change of pace type of back, and of course add some weight. But he could also be recruited as a DB or a slot receiver. 5'11 is good size for both of those positions.
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Leading NCAA Rushers:
Monte Ball (Wisconsin) 5'11 210
LaMichael James (Oregon) 5'9 185
Ronnie Hillman (SDSU) 5'10 190
David Wilson (Va Tech) 5'10 205
Bobby Rainey (WKU) 5'8 205
Yep too small.
Silas Redd. 5'11.
Nosovitch vs Issah...
LOL. Two completely different prospects. Nosovitch is a 6'1 QB. Issah is a 6'2-6'3 LB, DB, or RB.
I haven't seen Issah so I am not disagreeing. What I was saying is that is what people used as their reasoning: accolades.
Issah is 6 foot 1 215#s and will be a lb in college. I doubt he will be a 4 star unless he grows a bit.
Did you read the words too small in my post??? How many players played RB in high school and went to play another position alot right? I seen the kid play so at his size he can either be a RB, DB, or a slot receiver. 5'11 is perfect size for all three of those positions, meaning he's multi dimensional, could even be a kick returner or a punt returner.
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