Kerstetter Open To Change

Darryl Kerstetter and his Millersburg Area High School teammates are off to a great start this year with their only loss coming to Steelton-Highspire putting them at a 5-1 record entering this weekends' rivalry game against nearby Halifax High School. The signal caller already has a visit set up in October and has been invited out to many other schools this season.

As a junior, Darryl Kerstetter threw for 1600 yards and 19 touchdowns to only one interception. He also added another 1200 yards and 17 touchdowns on the ground, showing that he has the athleticism to not only play the quarterback position, but perhaps make the transition to the defensive side of the ball at safety in college as well. Right now the 6-foot-3, 215-pounder is in the process of setting unofficial game visits and talked to us about those programs.

"I have been getting a lot of letters from Connecticut and as far as I know they like me as a quarterback, but with Zach Frazer and Cody Endres there it seems to me that they are pretty set for the future at the position," Kerstetter explained. "Maybe they are thinking of switching me to play safety which is something I definitely wouldn't mind doing. I have actually tried to convince my coaches for years now to let me play defense, but they aren't having any of that. The staff asked me to come see a game up there this year, so I will have to make time for that."

"Other then Connecticut I am also planning to visit Kent State on October 27th for a game and hear a lot from New Hampshire, Delaware and Buffalo, all who have also invited me up for games. We'll see how things shake out this season."

As a junior, he Kerstetter earned first team All-Conference and League MVP honors. He was also named second team All-State as an offensive specialist.

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