1.Nate Smith-Archbishop Wood (Last season with George Washington)-The 6’1 190 pounder shows a mixture of athletic ability and size that have college coaches around the country knocking at his door. He has multiple D-I offers favored seems to be Michigan State.
2.Kyle Kerrick-Coatesville-6’3 200-Kerrick is a physical safety, that has all the tangibles to be an elite player at the next level. He has great hands and seems to be in the opposing teams’ playbook . He had eight D-I offers, mostly Big East schools, but he went with Michigan State. He will likely play Wide Receiver there
3.Brandon Shippen-Norristown- This speedy 5’10 175 pound cornerback has already committed to Temple University. As a junior, Shippen had 21 tackles, two pass break-ups and two interceptions, why so low of numbers, it’s because opposing Qbs only threw towards him 11 times all season.
4.Will Parks-Germantown- at 6’1 175 lbs. and runs a 4.5 forty, Parks had six D-I offers but has pledged to play across state at the University of Pittsburgh. Parks is an explosive type of player that can do it all. He had 657 yards rushing with 143 carries and also caught 9 passes for 138 yards, five total touchdowns. On defense, Parks recorded 45 tackles and 3 interceptions.
5.Damiere Shaw-Cardinal O’Hara- 5’10 170, Shaw shows a lot of potential on both sides of the ball, has great hands, quick feet and runs a 4.5 forty. Shaw is like a shadow for opposing Wide receivers. He has committed to play at Temple next fall.
6.Brandon Robles-Downingtown East-5’11 170 Robles is an under the radar defensive back. Good speed and good hands have him able to stay with the areas best wide receiver but if you see him running toward you, you better watch out because he can hit. Robles can punish opposing teams with his hard hits. Some D-I looks, mostly D-II
7. Lee Williams-Neshaminy- 5’11 175- Williams is a returning First team Suburban League National Conference Defensive Back. Williams has a “noise for the ball.” He has Qb’s thinking twice before throwing towards him. He has multiple D-II offers.
8.Morgan Jackson-Plymouth-Whitemarsh-6’1 170-Is a menace for Wide Receivers due to the fact of his combination of speed and size. Jackson last season had 27 tackles with 3 pass deflections and 4 interceptions.
9.Savoy Martin-Frankford-5’11 165-Speed is no obstacle for Martin who runs a sub 4.5. This Philadelphia native has no trouble keeping up with receivers. Last season Martin recorded 7 interceptions with 5 pass deflections. Martin is getting looks from D-II schools mostly PSAC.
10. Sean Coleman-LaSalle(JR)-5’10 165-Coleman has a natural athletic ability that makes it tough for opposing teams. Coleman was a big part of last years’ AAAA State Runner-ups LaSalle team. Has big time potential. Expect to hear his name more often as the season progresses.
Jim Haley-Monsignor Bonner(JR) 6’1 180
Sincere Merced-Lincoln 5’6 150
Dalvin Newll-Ridley 5’7 165
Julian Kaminoff-New Hope-Solebury 5’11 175
Next post position rankings is Linebackers
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