"In the last five years, we have had eight kids go to Division 1 schools," Jacoby said. "Paul Anderson and P.J. Hill could be the best we have ever had here though."
Jacoby's bold prediction appears to be right on the money as these two athletes already have Division 1 offers. Hill has offers from Syracuse and Indiana and Anderson has offers from Syracuse, Boston College, and Duke. Ohio State, Virginia, Maryland, Michigan State, Notre Dame, and Penn State are also showing strong interest in Paul.
As far as a school that Hill and Anderson might be favoring right now Jacoby said, "Syracuse is probably the leader for P.J. right now. Each member of the Syracuse coaching staff sent him a handwritten letter recently and that really impressed him. Paul doesn't really favor anybody right now, Syracuse just recently offered. I will tell you that when I told Paul's father that Syracuse offered, he was so happy he dropped the phone."
Jacoby also said he is going to try to get P.J. and Paul up to visit Syracuse and a bunch of other schools in the next couple of weeks. He is also going to try to get both of them to Syracuse camp this summer.
Anderson is a 6-foot-2, 215-pound WR/LB/DB that made Second Team All-Brooklyn this past season. He recorded 24 touchdowns last season as a punt returner, kickoff returner, running back, and wide receiver. He
also recorded 67 tackles as a linebacker and safety. He is widely considered to be a one of the top ten football players in NYS in 2005.
Hill is a 6-foot-0, 210-pound RB that made First Team All-NYC and First Team All-Brooklyn this past season. He is widely considered to be one of the top 15 football players in NYS in 2005.
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