PA Defensive Back JoeJoe Headen Will Break Onto The Recruiting Scene In 2013
Posted August 6, 2013 9:28 pm
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Everybody who follows football in Pennsylvania high school football knows that Bishop McDevitt is one of the most respected programs, especially in Eastern Pennsylvania. JoeJoe Headen was able to come into the Bishop McDevitt football program and earn a whole lot of playing time at cornerback. What’s more impressive is that Bishop McDevitt plays straight man-to-man defense across the board. Headen is already 5’11” with long arms. Headen attended only two camps during the offseason, including a Temple University prospect camp. He already has good footwork and has improved on his skills by training with Roman Morris and Prime Xample Training in D.C.. Check out some clips of Headen from the 2012 season. He’s got next.