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  • 2021 PSAC commits

    3 known commits to Gannon for 21

    Damerisse Freeman.. 6'2 207 WR.. St Edwards- Cleveland, Ohio

    Eyvar Robles.. 6'2 293 OL.. Auburn- Seattle, Washington (Calif JUCO)

    Jacob Vasko.. 6'3 270 OL.. Benedictine- Cleveland, Ohio

  • #2

    Shane Kemper, DB, Burgettstown


    Cade Clancy, LB, Manheim Twp


    Weston Phanco, lineman, Wilmington

    West Chester:

    Caleb Baker – WR – Abington


    • #3
      They're starting to trickle in.
      GU hired OC coach from FL Tech. Expect he'll bring a few FL kids up with him.


      • #4
        Cal gets an all state 6A LB from Neshaminy High

        John Hutchinson 6-1 210

        John Hutchinson (@JohnHutch30) / Twitter


        • #5
          Some competition for Mussina at Shippensburg?


          • #6
            Originally posted by jrshooter View Post
            Some competition for Mussina at Shippensburg?

            13 TD's to 19 Int's ugggghhhh while he will probably be a serviceable backup QB don't think he comes in and steals Mussina's job.


            • #7
              Keystone Football Recruits talked to some coaches at PSAC schools:

              For those looking to PSAC schools, the bad news is spots are going to be tight. Many coaches I’ve talked with say they’ll have only 8-15 spots to give out so they’re being very selective and sticking tightly to positional needs only. This is a low number considering on average there is usually around 25 recruits taken in a “normal” year at the PSAC level. PSAC schools are allowed 105 players on their roster. Many of them are telling me that a lot of their seniors are going to stick around to play because they want to use that extra year of eligibility the NCAA granted them.

              For many of those spots, the average scholarship “offer” is around $2500-$3000. With the covid restrictions, that money has gotten much tighter as fundraising events such as camps were eliminated. That’s not to say some schools don’t offer more. Depending on the value of the player, upwards of $10k in scholarship monies can be awarded. As one coach put it, “Players are going to really have to earn that scholarship money.” What this means is they won’t have the extra money to float to middle of the road “project” players.

              The advice? First of all if you have been in talks with schools and have been given a scholarship offer or at least given a promise of a roster spot, even if it’s a walk on spot at a FCS school or D2, don’t wait for another. Take it. Don’t wait for another as that chance may never come this year.


              • #8
                Originally posted by Bart View Post
                Keystone Football Recruits talked to some coaches at PSAC schools:

                I guess the flipside of that theory is high school seniors can't 'take it' officially until signing day. Most schools offer about triple the number of players that they can actually take.

                Obviously you don't get every kid you offer and even those who verbal can burn you at the last second. So, plans B, C and D need to be in place. Schools also burn their own high school verbals if somebody better comes along (see SRU this year). It's a shady, cut-throat endeavor. End of the day a verbal doesn't mean diddly -- from either side.

                Once signing day passes it's a different story. At that point when a coach tells you sign today or tomorrow they'll have signed somebody else ... often times that is true.

                I've heard IUP is only planning to sign 6-7 high school players this year in addition to transfers. Sounds like their 'class' this year could be 6-7 high school players and 5-6 transfers. That's it.

                Seems like a great year for the second-tier programs to get some really good high school players that in other years they likely would have lost out on.


                • #9
                  Former Warren Area HS wide receiver Alex Anderson announced that he's transferring to Edinboro to play football. Can't seem to find where he's transferring from.


                  • #10
                    Mario Fontanazza, 6-1 290, DL, Oil City 1st team All State to Edinboro


                    • #11
                      To GANNON

                      Charles Cahoun 6'2 221 OLB from Cleve St Ed's
                      Ethan Lane 6'4 295 OL Lancaster Pa McCaskey high
                      Antonio Wright 5'10 170 RB Melbourne Fla


                      • #12
                        To EDINBORO

                        CJ Waldier, 6-2 196, ATH (All State at WR), Yough HS, also NHS member

                        Led the WPIAL in receiving in 2019

                        Chose the Boro over offers from Lock Haven, Elizabeth City State, West Virginia State, St Anselm, RMU, Sacred Heart, Clarion, and Mercyhurst


                        • #13
                          Gannon Adds to Line
                          Dylan Yowell 6'5 290 Line, Riverside (metro Cleveland) Ohio


                          • #14
                            Big Commit to Gannon
                            A 6'3 168, Fla (rated top 20 Dual Threat QB) had 2 1AA offers,
                            Played in State Champ game
                            Nate Mekill, Wildwood High School near Orlando, Fla.



                            • #15
                              Just in another Fla heading to Gannon
                              From Tohopekaliga High, Kissimmee Fla
                              Giles, 6'1 175 DB had 7 total offers