Profile of the Week: Seneca Valley’s Tyler Hudanick Flying Under The Radar
Posted February 9, 2014 1:24 pm
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It’s not too often that you find a guy in the WPIAL that’s flying under the radar, but in this rare instance that certainly is the case. With all the offensive lineman hype surrounded around Baldwin’s Sterling Jenkins and more recently Hempfield’s Tony Pilato, and Aliquippa’s Arrington Gipson, college coaches may be shocked to find out that the best lineman in the Class of 2015 may be roaming in the Seneca Valley hallways.
The minute we turned on Hudanick’s highlight tape it was clear we had found a gem. What separates this kid is his violent nature and high motor. Rarely do you see a lineman that plays with such intensity and consistently finishes guys and blocks through the whistle. At 6’5 285 pounds there isn’t much more you can ask for from a lineman. He does a great job getting to the second level and although he needs work with his technique, shows all the tools necessary to become a productive BCS linemen.
We’ve heard he’s receiving heavy interest from Temple and over the next couple months will be sure to have his offer count escalate. We’ll continue to keep you posted on Hudanick’s recruitment process along with introducing you to more under the radar prospects from all over the region.