After a whirlwind tour of over 15 D-1A schools, Hopewell K/P Anthony Piccirilli has finally found a home, not so far away from home. Piccirilli has decided to attend the University of Pittsburgh as a walk-on. He chose the Panthers over Notre Dame, UCLA, and Davidson.
April 12, 2005
In June, <i>Inside Kentucky</i> brought to light one of the best kicking prospects of the future in <b>Anthony Piccirilli</b> from Pennsylvania. The senior-to-be has been very busy with the school starting, but managed to find some time to update us on his recruitment.
September 6, 2004
In June, <i>Inside Kentucky</i> brought to light one of the best kicking prospects of the future in Anthony Piccirilli from Pennsylvania. The senior-to-be has been very busy with the camp scene this summer, but managed to find some time to update us on his recruitment.
July 7, 2004
The Panther report will be covering as much of the summer camps as we possibly can. Our first report is from the specialist camp, which consisted of approximately 40 kickers and punters, along with 5-6 position players, who were on hand to workout for the Panthers. The coaching staff told the athletes that they would not be offering a scholarship to any K/P this year, unless something drastic would happen.
June 17, 2004
At a recent MSL camp in Cincinnati, a pair of kickers stole the show early. Among those that did was a Sebastian Janikowski clone in Hopewell, Pennsylvania native, Anthony Piccirilli. See what the senior-to-be had to say his latest update about Kentucky and recruiting in general.
June 16, 2004
Post-season accolades are a nice thing, but they are not always easy to come by. Especially when the player in your conference who plays your position is an All-State player, and made every all-star team in Pennsylvania, such as West Allegheny K/P Dave Brytus who will be kicking for Purdue this fall. That was the situation K/P Anthony Piccirilli 6-0, 220 Hopewell High School, Hopewell PA found himself in last season.
April 14, 2004