Juniors to Watch: Moon Valley

Head Coach <b>Roger Britson</b> spoke highly of three players he will have next year in <b>Chris McGaha</b>, <b>Brian Wriston</b>, and <b>Mike DeVincinzo</b>. McGaha was a first team all-state selection as a junior at two different positions and was a first team all-region selection at three. We take a look at all three.

Chris McGaha is a 6-2, 190 pound wide receiver prospect that runs the 40 in 4.5 seconds and has a 37 inch vertical jump. Chris was first team all-state as a wide receiver and kick returner his junior year. He was first team all-region at receiver, kick returner, and defensive back. Chris had 37 catches for 750 yards and eight touchdowns. He also added 1,280 yards in kickoff returns. On defense, he totaled 65 tackles and seven interceptions.

"He is a phenomenal athlete," says Coach Britson. "He just makes big play after big play. Chris is strong, athletic, and quick."

Brian Wriston is a 6-1, 180 pound quarterback prospect that runs the 40 in 4.8 seconds. He was a second team all-region pick as a junior. Wriston went 105 of 173 passing for 1,840 yards, 23 touchdowns, and six interceptions.

"He is a heady quarterback with a good arm. He has great leadership skills and makes good decisions with the ball."

Mike DeVincinzo is a 6-2, 215 pound linebacker prospect that runs the 40 in 4.7 seconds. He also dabbles in the kicking game. Mike was named first team all-region at linebacker as a junior while also being named second team all-region at kicker after going 18-18 on his attempts and making all 46 PAT attempts.

"He can really run. He is also very athletic. Mike is still young, he just turned 16, so his best football is ahead of him."

We will be catching up with all of these players in the near future for interviews.

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