Bosco Bruiser

Steele Divitto is a terrific name for a football player with such tenacity and strong athletic ability. In 2008, the 6'3 220 pound Jr. out of Don Bosco Prep was one of the many leaders on New Jersey's #1 team. Steele hasn't let the success get to his head though. He is training especially hard for the upcoming season and has high hopes for a High School National championship next season.

"I am training so hard… running and lifting everyday. Next season I plan to weigh 230 lbs., get my 40 time down to a 4.5, and ultimately become an All-American", said Steele. The young man is definitely on track to be a special player. In 2008, while playing a hybrid between OLB and DE, Steele produced 80 tackles, 9 sacks and 2 interceptions en route to a 1st Team All-Bergen County selection.

Steele is so destined for athletic success that he commutes all the way from Connecticut to play for Bosco. "I enjoy being able to contribute to a nationally ranked football team", he stated.

He also mentioned, "I am a diverse player. I hustle my butt off and give all I got every play". His terrific measurables as well as hustle have garnered him attention from Rutgers, Boston College, Virginia, Penn State, and Alabama to name a few. The offers have yet to roll in but Steele has no problem earning his keep on the field.

As for Rutgers, he stated, "hands down, they have terrific facilities… maybe the best. I also like the school, players and coaching staff".

Steele plans to take a few unofficial visits to gain a better understanding of the schools recruiting him. Athletics, academics and atmosphere are most important to him in selecting a destination on the next level.

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