St. Xavier stars talk recruiting

St. Xavier appears to be the most loaded team in the state going into next season. Two of their top players are juniors Zane Meiners and B.J. Nagle.

St. Xavier appears to be the most loaded team in the state going into next season. Two of their top players are juniors Zane Meiners and B.J. Nagle.

Zane Meiners, 6-foot-7, 300-pounds, sticks out like a sore thumb at the high school level. The junior lineman has caught the eye of a few schools and has been in contact with many programs.

"I have received a ton of stuff from Kentucky, Princeton and Bowling Green," Meiners said. "I have also received some letters and emails from Ohio State, Wisconsin, Louisville, Cincinnati and Western Kentucky."

Meiners is still waiting for his first offer, but that could happen during camp season.

His quarterback, B.J. Nagle, is also seeing quite a bit of interest while awaiting his first offer.

"Recruiting is going really well," Nagle said. "I have been going to Louisville's spring practices and getting hand written letters from Coach Watson every week."

Other schools have also been reaching out to Nagle, who will be playing his first season at St. Xavier.

"Penn State has been writing me a lot. I've been invited to LSU, Tennessee, Penn State, Vanderbilt and Western Kentucky's Junior Days. "I've been invited to all of their spring games, including Georgia," he continued.

FOX Sports Next will keep you posted on B.J. Nagle and Zane Meiners.


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