Pennsylvania consistently produces some of the most talented and highly recruited football players in the country. Who are this year's elite Keystone gridders and maybe next year's Big 33 stars? Who have made commitments to D1 schools?
This is a busy summer for Bishop McDevitt (PA) offensive lineman Quincy Rain, as he is still making trips to campuses. He also has two schools on top of his list.
Jaimie Thomas, Quincy Rain, and Cedric Bowling are three highly rated recruits that have colleges beating a path to Harrisburg, PA. I had a chance to talk with their coach, Jeff Weachter, about these three outstanding prospects.
In this updated list of the top 35 recruits in Pennsylvania for the 2004 class, I've factored in what I observed at the 2003 Penn State Nike Camp. Outstanding performances at the camp by James Bryant, Anthony Morelli, Andrew Johnson, and Chad Henne have moved them up to the top 4 on my list, with Bryant and Morelli tied for the top spot.
Here are a few pictures taken last month at Penn State during the Blue-White game on Saturday, April 26 and the Nike Camp the following day. Pics include Kyle Mitchum, Spencer Ridenhour, Justin King, Mortty Ivy, Quincy Rain and Dan Mazan.