Justin King (6-0/185), who will only be a junior this year, also had an outstanding camp. King registered the 3rd best 40-yard dash time at 4.29 seconds. He had camp-best performances in the shuttle (3.72) and the vertical jump (37.2). Justin demonstrated why he will be one of the most heavily recruited players in the country by the time he is a senior at Gateway. King plans to attend summer camps at Michigan, Ohio State, and Penn State.
Another Gateway player that had a strong camp was Central Catholic transfer Jay Wilson. Wilson is a 5-9, 160lb. wide receiver who ran a 4.50 40-yard dash at the Nike camp. Wilson's athleticism should make Gateway one of the most feared offensive teams in the WPIAL this season. He's being recruited by West Virginia, Northwestern, and several schools from the MAC and Conference USA.
The Gateway team will be attending Pitt's 7 on 7 passing camp this summer. Best of luck to coach Terry Smith and the Gateway Gators this season.