Pennsylvania seems to be loaded with prep football talent in 2003. Another standout that we've seen on film is 6-foot, 200-pound, Nate Waldron from Rochester (Area).
Waldron will be a four-year varsity starter on both sides of the ball in 2003. Although a very good running back, safety is where Waldron will play at the next level.
Waldron does everything that a safety is supposed to do and more. Nate has the size to play in the box and he's athletic enough to cover wide receivers and defend the pass.
We love Waldron's range. He covers a lot of ground and makes plays when the ball is in the air. Nate is a big hitter that is also effective coming off the edge on a blitz.
Michigan State, Pittsburgh, Penn State, Northwestern, Syracuse and West Virginia are the schools most interested in Waldron.
As a junior, Waldron rushed for 1,796 yards and scored 28 touchdowns. On defense, he had 81 tackles, five sacks, three interceptions and returned to kicks for touchdowns.
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