"He is still committed to Syracuse," says Depew (Depew, NY) Head Football Coach Dan Mcgrath. "He is pretty excited about the new coach actually, he didn't really know Coach P all that much. Our relationship was built with Coach Walker." Before Coach Walker left to be a coach at Pittsburgh he called Adam and told him his scholarship would be protected at Syracuse. "That is what concerned Adam the most, if the coaching change would effect his scholarship." Rosner has been getting strong interest from Michigan State as of late but is sticking with Syracuse. "Syracuse has been straight with Adam since the beginning and that's where he wants to be. He can't wait to meet the new coach."
Adam Rosner is a 6-foot-6, 320-pound
offensive/defensive lineman that made 1st Team
All-State this past season. Rosner is also one of New
York State's leading shot putters. Rosner bench
presses 320 pounds and is only 16 years old. Rosner is
widely considered to be one of the top 15 football
players in New York State.
What does Rosner have to say about change?
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