Kevin Serfort, a 6-foot-6, 280-pound, offensive lineman from Oak Creek, Wisconsin will be moved from tight end to an offensive tackle position in 2002. Oak Creek head coach Joe Koch continues to develop D-1 talent.
"I feel that Kevin is a sure D-1 football talent." Koch said. "He's got a big chest, big lower body and very good mobility for his size. We'll move him to tackle this year. Last year we used Kevin as a tight end."
Serfort will get a ton of looks this season as many college recruiters will be in Oak Creek to check out a couple of his teammates.
Underclassmen Rhyan Anderson and Orlando Lewis will be two of the most sought after prospects in the Midwest in 2003.
"I don't have any scholarship offers yet." Serfort said. "Bowling Green, Wisconsin, Penn State, Nebraska and Northwestern are the schools I hear from the most.
"My favorites are Wisconsin, Penn State, Nebraska, Northwestern, Michigan and Oregon."
Serfort didn't attend any camps this summer. He carries a 3.2 GPA and scored 25 on his ACT.
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