Scout Penn Preps will be releasing its 1st Annual Pre-Season Pennsylvania All-State Football Team on August 14th. In the meantime, we’ll talk about the players that made the teams and where they were placed (first or second team). Today, we'll talk about the defensive linemen that were selected.
Dan Trimbur caught 36 passes for 570 yards and ten touchdowns during the 2015 season. Trimbur currently has offers from Columbia and Cornelll.
Darryle Simmons currently has six offers from Penn State, West Virginia, Pitt, Rutgers and Syracuse.
Exree Loe caught 57 passes for 1,074 yards and ten touchdowns last season. Loe has narrowed his college choices down to Maryland and West Virginia.
Jack Young caught 33 passes for 959 yards and nine touchdowns last season. Young currently has Air Force, Army, and Navy among his six offers.
Mark Webb caught 22 passes for 529 yards and ten touchdowns last season. Webb's top five include: Penn State, Maryland, Georgia, Temple and North Carolina. Below is an analysis of Webb by Brian Dohn (Scout National Recruiting Analyst).
"Webb is young and long, and he added 20 pounds of muscle since his sophomore season ended. He gets off the line cleanly because of his hands and length, and he can take the next step as a receiver if he adds a bit more explosion. He gets out of breaks well and he knows how to use his body to shield off defenders. He has sneaky speed to get behind the defense and the size to go over the middle."
Shaquon Anderson-Butts caught 36 passes for 754 yards and eight receiving touchdowns during the 2015 season. Anderson-Butts currently has offers that include Penn State, Pitt, West Virgnia and Rutgers. Below is an analysis of Anderson-Butts by Brian Dohn (Scout National Recruiting Analyst).
"Anderson-Butts has big-play ability, and can run past a cornerback for the deep ball. He has good ball skills and he understands how to use his body to seal off a defender. He is elusive after the catch, and he accelerates well. Anderson-Butts is smooth, and he is fluid coming out of his breaks. He needs to add strength, but that should come as he continues to mature."