Scouting Report: Thomas Jefferson

WHEELING, WV—Thomas Jefferson has been the cream of the class AAA crop in Pennsylvania for the past four years. The Jaguars stepped up in competition this weekend to battle the Glenville Tarblooders . The Tarblooders are loaded, but the team from the WPIAL gave them a battle. Here is a closer look at some of the Jaguars college prospects.

10 Brock DeCicco 6-5/230 TE/DE 2009

DeCicco had the unfortunate pleasure of being the focal point of the Glenville defense. The Tarblooders bracketed the big tight end and held him to one catch on the day. DeCicco did well as a blocker at the point of attack. By him being double-covered did allow for some of his teammates to get open. DeCicco is a top flight pass rusher and the quick passing game of Glenville left him frustrated all game long as he registered one tackle.

23 Jim Giasante 6-2/190 WR 2010

Giasante should continue the tradition of the Jaguars pumping out D-I prospects. Giasante will be the go to guy next year. He is a major factor for them this year, especially since teams seem to be keying on DeCicco. Giasante is a chiseled 190-pounds and he can fly. He did an outstanding job as the Jaguars man returner on kick-offs and punts. He has good hands and he seems to be a very competitive kid. He will go after the ball wherever it is thrown and he comes down with it more times than not.

74 Pat Eger 6-6/270 OT 2009

Eger has thickened up some since last season, but he still needs to add a lot more strength and weight to his frame. He seemed to have trouble with the faster pass rushers who were shooting the inside gap on him. He did well when he was doing a straight drive block or going to the second level to pick up a defender. He will be fine in college, nothing a redshirt season in the weight room won't cure.

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