Paramus (N.J.) Catholic Stacked with Talent

Paramus (N.J.) Catholic High is a hotbed for talent, and seven players in the 2014 class have offers or are getting strong interest from FBS schools. Each are set to visit schools in the next week, and FOXSportsNEXT has the details on where they will be.

Paramus (N.J.) Catholic High stormed onto the high school scene in 2012 with a plethora of talent and a state championship, and now college programs are taking notice.

In addition to four-star cornerback Jabrill Peppers, the Paladins have several other BCS level players and they are readying to make unofficial visits as winter recess approaches next week.

Peppers, who recently said his top five schools consisted of Alabama, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Stanford, is slated to visit Penn State on Wednesday, according to his coach, Chris Patridge.

Peppers will be joined on the Penn State visit by quarterback Steve Shanley, who holds a Massachusetts offer, as well as offensive lineman Juwan Bushell-Beatty.

The 6-foot-5, 295-pound, Bushell-Beatty picked up verbal offers from Florida and Florida State recently, and is getting strong interest from West Virginia, Michigan, Penn State and Boston College, Partidge said.

Receiver Tyrone Washington, who holds a Rutgers offer, will visit Connecticut this weekend and UMass the following weekend.

In addition, Shanley will be visiting Kansas this weekend while Billy Ray Mitchell, Alec Bowman and Terrence Harris will visit UMass the weekend of Feb. 23.

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