Amon Youngblood is Western PA’s Boss Hog
Posted January 22, 2014 8:36 am
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The Wolverina has been home to a plethora of D1 talent over the past two plus decades and things are no different with their Class of 2016. Sophomore Miles Sanders made a name for himself as a freshman last year and saw continued success this past year. Sanders however isn’t the only prospect coaches will be piling up to watch in Turtle Creek the next few years. Paving the way for the tailback this past year is fellow classmate, Amon Youngblood.
We at Preps.com try our best not to neglect the big fellas’ so after we saw this 6’3 315 pound bear prancing around pancaking everything moving, we had to show some love. The past few years the WPIAL has had great success churning out high level offensive and defensive lineman, Youngblood along with a few other blue chip hogs look to continue the regions rich tradition.
With the size of a college freshman, this grown man shows all the attributes that will have a offensive line coach pawning off his wife and children for a shot to land this kid. His nimble feet, violent nature, and monstrous frame, will have college recruiters from all over the country lining up in front of Novak’s office.
Woody High has lost two championships in a row at Heinz, but with Sanders returning along with other talented skill players. Don’t be surprised if Youngblood lays a clear path for the Wolverines to win another WPIAL Championship and add to George Novak’s illustrious career.