Colleges Targeting The Hun

The Hun School, located in Princeton [New Jersey], is known for its top-notch academics, and superior athletes. Myron Rolle and Lance Goulbourne immediately come to mind. This year, one of the east's premiere prep schools boasts four legitimate Division-I prospects: DE Anthony LaLota, LB Brian Leffler, DT Tyler Stockton, and Ath Nick Williams.

It is no secret that The Hun School, located in Princeton NJ, cranks out Division I-A talent on a yearly basis. This year, the eastern prep school may have four more such standouts.

Anthony LaLota may be the most well-known and recognized at this point in time, given the recent recruiting explosion he's seen in the past several weeks. As a junior, LaLota racked up 40 tackles, registered 10 sacks, forced two fumbles and deflected a pass in what was only his first year of playing the game. The level of performance in LaLota's inital year has caused many recruiters around the country to look twice at the now coveted prospect. And over the last few weeks several, including college football's national champions, have tendered offers.

Playing alongside LaLota, on the interior, is Tyler Stockton, a well put together nose guard that plays low to the ground and constantly finds himself in the offensive backfield harrassing the opposition. For Rutgers fans, Stockton's build is reminiscent of former RU standout Ramel Meekins. Their playing style is also similar, based on leverage and strength, though Stockton does have one significant advantage over Meekins: about one to perhaps two inches in height.

Brian Leffler stands in at about 6-foot-1 and 220-pounds. Previously at Notre Dame HS in Lawrenceville, NJ, Leffler is now beginning to receive some significant interest as well. Like Stockton and LaLota, Leffler has received an offer from West Virginia. Leffler, in particular, may be most suited for the Mountaineers' stack defense due to his ability to shed blocks and make plays. Indeed, though he plays both ways at The Hun, he is being recruited on the defensive side of the ball, as a LB.

Athlete Nick Williams was a First Team All-State performer according to the Star-Ledger, as a defensive back, during his sophomore and junior years. Williams runs a 4.15 short shuttle, can bench press 325 pounds, squats 375 pounds, and runs the 100-meter dash in the 10.8 second range. In addition, he also has an 88-percent average GPA.

Ath Nick Williams

DE Anthony Lalota

DT Tyler Stockton

LB Brian Leffler

From left to right: Stockton, Leffler, Williams, and LaLota


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