WPIAL Stars of Tomorrow
Posted October 16, 2013 9:15 pm
Preps.com is always trying to find young talent to help educate you guys before anyone else. The WPIAL Class of 2016 is loaded with future blue chippers and the young prospects are already making a name for themselves. Look for preps.com to continue to keep tabs on next players on the come up.
Kaezon Pugh (Aliquippa): The next great Quip is already here. Pugh shares the running back load with seniors Dravon Henry and Terry Swanson, but he still gets a fair share. With a great body to build on, Pugh can end up as a blue-chip OLB. Already with an early offer from West Virginia; look for Pugh to continue to dominate with the Quips.
Miles Sanders (Woodland Hills): Probably the most polished of this young crew, Sanders is trying to become yet another Woody High legend. Sanders is a already a top WPIAL runningback and looks to terrorize defenses for years to come. After getting a good amount of carries as a freshman and menacing NA in the WPIAL championship, Sanders’ sophomore campaign is really proving how great he is. Already with an early offer from Toledo and Michigan showing strong interest, Sanders looks to be George Novac’s next great Blue Chipper.
Billy Kisner (Penn Hills): Kisner is leading a very good Penn Hills rushing attack. The Indians were on the verge of getting back to their championship ways this year; they got better, but not back to their old greatness. Kisner can lead them there if he continues to develop.
Aaron Matthews (Clairton): Just like Pugh for the Quips, the next great Clairton Bear in line for stardom is Aaron Matthews. Already leading a young Bears squad to a good regular season, don’t be surprised if these young Bears get another streak going starting with Matthews. A huge prospect at 6’6 and with frame to get bigger, Matthews can become a deep ball threat in college.
Khaleke Hudson (McKeesport): Hudson can be the next great McKeesport linebacker. After the Tigers relied on him heavy last year as a freshman, Hudson became dominant for his undefeated Tigers. Look for college interest to start growing.
Jeremiah Jones (Woodland Hills): This young QB for the Wolverines shows signs of promise. The little brother of former Sto-Rox legend Paul Jones, Jeremiah can follow in his brother’s footsteps. With some early interest from NC State, Pitt and Indiana, recruitment has just started for this young signal caller and looks to heat up in a few years.