PA High School Football Featured Five: Chest-Mont League
Posted March 31, 2014 8:58 pm
Dwayne Loper of West Chester Rustin pictured above. Picture courtesy of philly.com.
PREPS will start to feature five players every high school football conference in Pennsylvania. Tonight we take a look at some players in the Berks County League in South Central Pennsylvania.
Tonight we take a look at some players in the Chest-Mont League in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Quick Hitter: The 2016 wide receiver prospect already holds four offers from Miami (Florida), Virginia, Temple, and Penn State. It’s only the beginning for Angeline as most predict he’ll be a high double-digit offer kid by this time next year.
Quick Hitter: Loper ran for over 1,700 yards and 23 touchdowns during the 2013 season. Loper is a patient runner who allows his linemen to set up their blocks. Loper is good at making one cut and getting through the hole. He’s a strong runner that can go both inside and outside.
Quick Hitter: Stocker was featured as one of the “Ten Hottest Names In The Game” for Eastern PA football earlier this month. Stocker holds several offers throughout the ACC (Pitt, Virginia, Georgia Tech) and Big Ten (Rutgers, Maryland, Purdue and Wisconsin). Stocker has kept his recruitment lowkey but he’s widely known as one of the top ten recruits in Pennsylvania’s 2015 class.
Quick Hitter: The two-way player for Great Valley can tote the rock, but he’s a hell of a safety as well. Wide receivers best beware when coming into Adderley’s zone because he is a hard hitter and will knock your head off. Adderley has good coverage skills and can lay the wood as well. He’s definitely a sleeper right now.
Quick Hitter: Bucholz, a Penn State commit, was featured as one of the “Ten Hottest Names In The Game” for Eastern PA football earlier this month. He’s part of one of the best classes (2015) that Penn State has put together in a very long time. He also has another year of eligibility left which is causing offensive coordinators headaches already and the season is nowhere nearwhere close to being started.