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WVU Recruits' Profiles

February 7, 2013
The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register

Mario Alford, WR, 5-9, 175, Greenville, Ga./Georgia Military College

Played two seasons for coach Bert Williams at Georgia Military College led the team in rushing with

541 yards on 52 carries with six touchdowns, averaging 10.4 yards per carry in 2012 added eight

receptions for 199 yards and two touchdowns recorded 33 carries for 226 rushing yards and four

touchdowns in 2011 caught 10 passes for 122 yards and one touchdown ran for 136 yards and

two touchdowns on only six carries against Iowa Western had 10 carries for 136 yards, four catches

for 129 yards and scored four touchdowns in a win over Snow College named all-state honorable

mention quarterback at Greenville High (Ga.) also a star on the track team, winning the 100-meter

state championship in 10.77 four-star recruit according to ESPN and 247sports three-star recruit

according to rivals and Scout rivals No. 82 Junior College Postseason Top 100 247sports No. 1

Georgia junior college recruit 247sports No. 1 junior college wide receiver 247sports No. 11 junior

college recruit also offered by Arizona, Cincinnati, Kansas, Ole Miss and Texas Tech.

Al-Rasheed Benton, LB, 6-2, 220, Newark, N.J./Shabazz HS

Three-year letterwinner for coach Darnell Grant at Shabazz High two-time New Jersey All-State Third

Team Defense helped team to a combined 19-13 record and an appearance in the 2012 New Jersey

Central Group 2 Championship semifi nals fi nished 2012 with 110 tackles, 73 tackles for loss and

two interceptions rushed for 710 yards with 14 touchdowns on offense recorded 105 tackles with

seven sacks in 2011 played in the 2012 Chesapeake Bowl 2012 All-Group 2 First Team Defense

2011 New Jersey All-Group 1 First Team Defense two-time All-Essex County First Team Defense

earned All-Essex County Second Team Defense in 2010 two-time Super Essex Conference Defensive

Player of the Year No. 15 on The Ledger Top 50 four-star recruit according to ESPN and

247sports three-star recruit according to rivals and Scout 2013 ESPN No. 16 inside linebacker

2013 ESPN No. 12 New Jersey recruit 2013 rivals No. 45 inside linebacker 2013 rivals No. 23

New Jersey Postseason Top 30 2013 247sports No. 17 inside linebacker 2013 247sports No. 11

New Jersey recruit also offered by Arizona State, Boston College, Georgia Tech, Kansas, Maryland,

Penn State, Pitt and Temple.

Ronald Carswell, WR, 6-0, 180, Macon, Ga./Itawamba Community College

Former University of Alabama player who played one season for coach Joe Williams at Itawamba

Community College, leading the team to a 6-3 record fi nished the season with 44 receptions for 429

yards and one touchdown brought down fi ve receptions for 98 yards against Mississippi Delta

previously played for Westside High, where he was ranked as the No. 35 player in the state of Georgia

by the Atlanta Journal Constitution 2009 4A All-State selection by the Atlanta Journal Constitution

caught 41 passes for 715 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior hauled in 34 receptions for

627 yards and three scores in 2008, while compiling 33 catches for 391 yards and two touchdowns in

2006 three-star prospect according to 247sports; No. 25 junior college wide receiver also offered

by Kentucky.

Hodari Christian (Ha-dari), LB, 6-1, 195, McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport HS

Coached by Jim Ward at McKeesport High 2012 Pennsylvania Sportswriters Class 4A All-State

linebacker 2012 Coaches/Pennsylvania Football News Class 4A All-State Second Team linebacker

two year two-way starter at linebacker and running back recorded 57 tackles, including 43 solo

tackles, three sacks and two fumble recoveries in nine games as a senior also rushed for 546 yards,

averaging 5.87 yards per carry with three touchdowns All-Class 4AFoothills Conference linebacker

in 2012 No. 19 on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Top 25 Pennsylvania football players named to the

2012 Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Terrifi c 25 member of the 2012 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fabulous

22 on the McKeesport Daily News Dynamic 33 team played in the 2012 Chesapeake Bowl

four-star recruit according to ESPN three-star recruit according to rivals, Scout and 247sports rivals

No. 25 Pennsylvania Postseason Top 30 247sports No. 20 dual-threat quarterback 247sports

No. 25 Pennsylvania recruit also offered by Illinois, Northwestern, Pitt, Purdue, Rutgers and Temple.

Shelton Gibson, WR, 6-1, 175, Cleveland Heights, Ohio/Cleveland Heights HS

Played three seasons for coach Jeff Rotsky at Cleveland Heights High played in the U.S. Army All-

American Bowl fi nished with more than 700 receiving yards as a senior and scored 11 total touchdowns

scored touchdowns as a receiver, rusher, kickoff returner, punt returner and passed for a

touchdown helped lead Cleveland Heights to a 17-3 two-year record, including advancing to the fi rst

round of the playoffs in both years, the fi rst time in school history to advance to the playoffs grabbed

27 passes for 518 yards and four touchdowns in 2011 recorded 45 receptions for 532 yards and 21

touchdowns as a sophomore No. 6 on the 2012 Cleveland Plain Dealer Top 50 Northeast Ohio football

players named to the 2012 Cleveland Plain Dealer Special Mention team earned Northeast

Lakes All-District Third Team Offense in 2011 four-star recruit according to ESPN, rivals, Scout and

247sports ESPN No. 11 Ohio recruit ESPN No. 26 wide receiver rivals No. 129 Rivals250

rivals No. 12 wide receiver rivals No. 4 Ohio Postseason Top 75 Scout No. 19 wide receiver

247sports No. 27 wide receiver 247sports No. 8 Ohio recruit Sporting News Top 125 lettered in

track, participating in sprints and relays member of one of the fastest 4x200m relay teams nationally

also offered by Arkansas, Auburn, Cal, Duke, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisville, Michigan

State, Mississippi State, Nebraska, NC State, Ohio State, Pitt, Tennessee and Vanderbilt.

Brandon Golson, LB, 6-3, 220, Fork Union, Va./Georgia Military College

Played two seasons for coach Bert Williams at Georgia Military College played in only four games

in 2012 due to injury, registering six tackles, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries recorded

24 tackles with fi ve tackles for loss, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries in 2011 named

the Orangeburg Times & Democrat Defensive Player of the Year in 2009 and was a fi rst team all-area

selection at Calhoun County High ... played just two seasons of football for coach Walt Wilson ... logged

113 tackles and 30 sacks with four forced fumbles, earning all-state honors as selected by The State ...

helped Calhoun County to the state 1-A semifi nals as a senior ... selected to play in the Shrine Bowl of

the Carolinas and the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl ... logged 78 tackles and 18 sacks in just six

games as a junior ... three-star recruit according to rivals, Scout, ESPN and 247sports rivals No. 35

Junior College Postseason Top 100 247sports No. 3 Georgia junior college recruit 247sports No.

4 junior college linebacker 247sports No. 48 junior college recruit also offered by Arizona, Kansas,

Kansas State, South Carolina and Texas A&M.

Malik Greaves (greeves), S, 6-3, 200, Jacksonville, Fla./Sandalwood HS

Three-year starter for coach Adam Geis at Sandalwood High named to the 2012 Florida Times-Union

Super 24 earned All-Gateway Conference honors collected eight interceptions for his career and

returned two of them for touchdowns ranked No. 9 on the Orlando Sentinel's North Florida Super60

four-star recruit according to ESPN three-star recruit according to rivals, Scout and 247sports

rivals No. 43 safety runs a 4.48 40-yard dash lettered in basketball and track also offered by

Auburn, Duke, North Carolina, Ole Miss, USF, Vanderbilt, Virginia and Wisconsin.

Marvin Gross, DE, 6-4, 225, Baltimore, Md./Dunbar HS

Played for coach Ben Eaton at Dunbar High fi rst-team consensus all-state and small school all-state

in Maryland two-year sack total of 52 three-time Baltimore Sun All-Met First Team collected

21 sacks, 75 total tackles, 42 tackles for loss and four forced fumbles as a senior helped Dunbar to

a 13-1 record in 2012, a 9-0 league mark and a state championship member of three straight state

championship teams at Dunbar fi nished junior campaign with 70 tackles, 31 sacks invited to play

in the 2013 Max Emfi nger All-American Bowl Game Classic rated as the No. 24-best lineman in the

state by rivals and No. 14 by Max Preps 2012 Max Emfi nger Northeast Super Sixth three-star

ranking from rivals, Scout and Yahoo rivals postseason Top 25 member of the East's Top 100

Baltimore All-Nike camp team played in the Chesapeake Bowl, featuring senior standouts from

Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, D.C. and West Virginia also offered by

Colorado, Purdue, Rutgers, Wake Forest and Washington.

d'Vante Henry, LB, 6-5, 205, Moore, Okla./Arizona Western College

Played two seasons for coach Tom Minnick at Arizona Western College helped team to a combined

19-3 record, including a win in the El Toro Bowl in 2012 led 2012 team in tackles (55), solo tackles

(23) and assisted tackles (32) also registered 7.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks, two forced fumbles,

two interceptions and three pass breakups 2012 All-Arizona Community College Athletic Conference

First Team Defense 2012 All-Western States Football League First Team Defense made

26 tackles with eight tackles for loss and four sacks in 2011 previously attended Southmoore High,

registering 65 tackles as a senior, including fi ve sacks ... led Southmoore to a 10-3 mark as a junior ...

All-VYPE Oklahoma Second Team ... The Oklahoman's All-Big City Roster Honorable Mention ... Tulsa

World 6A Honorable Mention ... also lined up as a receiver and running back on offense ... fi nished third

at 2010 Oklahoma 6A Championships with a time of 49.34 in the 400 meters and was the anchor in the

state champion 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams three-star recruit according to rivals, Scout, ESPN and

247sports rivals No. 23 Junior College Postseason Top 100 247sports No. 3 junior college outside

linebacker 247sports No. 5 Arizona junior college recruit also offered by Iowa State, Minnesota,

Oklahoma, Oregon State, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and Utah.

Darrien Howard, LB, 6-2, 250, Dayton, Ohio/Chaminade-Julienne HS

Three-year starter for coach Marcus Colvin at Dayton's Chaminade-Julienne High earned Division

IV All-Ohio fi rst-team honors in 2012 amassed 75 tackles and scored fi ve touchdowns on offense as

a senior rushed for 131 yards and totaled 77 yards receiving, helping team to a 6-4 record fourstar

rating by ESPN, rivals and Scout No. 241 on ESPN's Top300 team rated as the No. 10 best

inside linebacker by rivals and the No. 12 best by Scout No. 17 on the rivals postseason Top 75

ranked as the No. 9 best inside linebacker by ESPN 2010 National Underclassmen (NUC) Columbus

linebacker MVP NUC Ultimate 100 linebacker MVP collected 154 tackles, eight tackles for loss,

fi ve sacks, three interceptions and four fumble recoveries as a junior named Division IV All-Ohio fi rst

team selection and District Player of the Year as a junior on offense as a fullback and tight end, he

scored 15 touchdowns and rushed for 270 yards helped lead Chaminade-Julienne to a 10-4 record

and the third-round of the state playoffs named fi rst team all-league, all-district, all-area and special

mention all-state as a sophomore also offered by Cincinnati, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, NC State

and Pitt.

Dontrill Hyman, DE, 6-4, 265, Warsaw, N.C./Hinds CC

Played two seasons for coach Gene Murphy at Hinds Community College helped team to a combined

10-8 record led 2012 squad in sacks (7.5) and forced fumbles (3) also recorded 51 tackles

and 4.5 tackles for loss named to the 2011 NJCAA All-American Second Team in after registering

62 tackles, 20.5 tackles for loss, 14 sacks and two forced fumbles member of the 2011 MACJC

All-Region and MACJC All-State First Team named to the 2012 MACJC All-State Second Team

played both ways as a senior at Warsaw High, spending time on offense as a running back ... selected

to the NCPreps 1A All-State Team and Wilmington Star News All-Area squad as a senior ... tallied 151

total tackles (11.6 tackles per game), including 105 solo stops, during fi nal campaign ... also lettered in

basketball four-star recruit according to 247sports three-star recruit according ESPN 247sports

No. 28 junior college recruit 247sports No. 1 junior college strong-side defensive end 247sports

No. 10 Mississippi junior college recruit also offered by LSU and Mississippi State.

Marcell Lazard, OL, 6-6, 293, Bloomfi eld N.J./Bloomfi eld HS

Three-year starter and four-year letterwinner for coach Mike Carter at Bloomfi eld High 2012 New

Jersey All-State Second Team Offense 2012 All-Group 5 First Team Offense helped Bloomfi eld to

a 9-3 overall record and an appearance in the New Jersey state championship game 2011 All-Group

4 Second Team Offense two-time All-Essex County First Team Offense 2010 All-Essex

County Third Team Offense three-star rating by rivals and Scout position ranking of No. 33 nationally

by rivals and No. 42 by Scout ranked as the No. 3 best offensive lineman in New Jersey

and No. 13 best recruit in the state by rivals ESPN ranks him No. 33 nationally at his position and

the No. 15-best prospect in his state Tom Lemming Top 25 among offensive tackles New Jersey

postseason Top 30 member of the East's Top 100 played in the 2012 Chesapeake Bowl, featuring

senior standouts from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and

West Virginia also offered by Boston College, Florida, Maryland, Miami, Ohio State, South Carolina,

Michigan and Virginia.

Grant Lingafelter, OL, 6-5, 265, Chagrin Falls, Ohio/Chagrin Falls HS

Played three seasons for coach Mark Iammarino at Chagrin Falls High member of the Associated

Press All-Ohio Division III Third Team in 2012 helped team to a combined 37-5 record during those

seasons, including three Chagrin Valley League championships, one appearance in the state championship,

one appearance in the state semifi nals and one appearance in the state regional fi nals led

an offensive line that paved the way for an average of 189.7 rushing yards per game, 5.3 yards per

carry and also fi nished with 36 rushing touchdowns in 2012 helped the 2011 squad to an average of

197.2 rushing yards per game, 5.1 yard per carry and 33 rushing touchdowns two-time Northeast

Lake All-District honoree 2012 Cleveland Plain Dealer Offensive All-Star three-star recruit according

to ESPN, rivals, and 247sports two-star recruit according to Scout also offered by Cincinnati

and Illinois.

Isaac McDonald, LB, 6-5, 205, Hialeah, Fla./Champagnat Catholic HS

Two-year starter for coach Mike Tunsil at Champagnat Catholic High two-time Miami Herald All-Dade

County second-team linebacker as a senior, he fi nished with 68 tackles, including 18 tackles for loss

and seven sacks also had 331 yards receiving and fi ve touchdowns helped lead Champagnat to

the fi rst round of the state playoffs as a junior, he fi nished with 75 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, fi ve

sacks and two interceptions No. 151 on Florida Top 200 No. 21 on Miami Herald's Miami-Dade

County Top 25 football recruits three-star recruit by ESPN, rivals and scout and 247sports played

for Team USA U-19 also offered by Clemson, Louisville, Mississippi State, North Carolina, Notre

Dame, Ole Miss, Oregon, South Carolina and Stanford.

Nick O'Toole, P, 6-5, 220, Corona, Calif./Fullerton College

Played one season for coach Tim Byrnes at Fullerton College, helping the team to a 7-4 record

ranked third in the California Community College Athletic Association with an average of 41.8 yards per

punt punted 49 times for 2,050 yards with 15 punts downed inside the 20 yard line registered a

long of 62 yards named to the 2012 Southern California Football Association All-Conference First

Team two-year starter for national powerhouse Mater Dei High recorded 37 punts for 1,427 yards

with a long of 64 as a senior, including 19 inside the 20-yard line knocked 42 punts for 1,377 yards

in 2010 2011 All-Trinity League First Team Defense ranked No. 7 punter in the nation by Chris

Sailer Kicking.

Chavas Rawlins, QB, 6-3, 190, Monessen, Pa./Monessen HS

Coached by Andy Pacak at Monessen High 2012 Pennsylvania Sportswriters Class A All-State quarterback

2012 Coaches/PFN Class A All-State Second Team athlete four-year letterwinner, leading

the team to a combined 15-6 record in two seasons as quarterback completed 71-of-165 passes

for 1,382 yards and 13 touchdowns and only three interceptions in 11 games as a senior also rushed

for 613 yards and 12 touchdowns fi nished 2011 season with 991 passing yards and 12 touchdowns,

while rushing for 725 yards and seven touchdowns runs a 4.43 40-yard dash No. 20 on the

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Top 25 Pennsylvania football players named the 2012 Greensburg Tribune-

Review Player of the Year and to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Terrifi c 25 member of the 2012

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fabulous 22 a two-time selection to the All-Tri-County South Conference

team three-star recruit according to ESPN, rivals, Scout and 247sports rivals No. 19 dual-threat

quarterback rivals No. 14 Pennsylvania Postseason Top 30 247sports No. 20 dual-threat quarterback

247sports No. 16 Pennsylvania recruit Tom Lemming Top Combo Passer Quarterback

also offered by Cincinnati, Duke, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Nebraska, North Carolina, Northwestern, Pitt,

Purdue, Rutgers, USF, Tennessee and Virginia.

Daikiel (da-keel) Shorts, WR, 6-1, 200, Clayton, N.J./Eastern Christian Academy

Coached by Dwayne Thomas at Eastern Christian Academy helped team to a 3-0 record in 2012

played in three games in 2012, recording 16 catches for 342 yards, an average of 21.4 yards per reception,

and four touchdowns caught seven passes for 177 yards and three touchdowns in 39-35 win

over Strom Thurmond hauled in seven receptions for 130 yards and two touchdowns in a 62-3 victory

over Niagara Academy had two catches for 35 yards against Archbishop Spalding previously

lettered for three seasons at Red Lion Christian Academy fi nished with 45 catches for 530 yards and

eight touchdowns as a junior also had 40 tackles and one interception while playing cornerback and

safety three-star recruit according to ESPN, rivals, Scout and 247sports 247sports No. 31 Maryland

recruit Tom Lemming Top Combo Passer Quarterback also offered by Boise State, Boston

College, Hawaii, Maryland, NC State, Temple and UCLA.

Wendell (wen-dell) Smallwood, RB, 5-11, 194, Wilmington, Del./Eastern Christian Academy

Coached by Dwayne Thomas at Eastern Christian Academy helped team to a 3-0 record in 2012

played in three games in 2012, rushing for more than 450 yards and scoring four touchdowns

averaged more than eight yards per carry carried the ball 21 times for 154 yards in win over Strom

Thurmond rushed for 90 yards on nine carries in victory over Niagara Academy had 220 yards,

three touchdown runs and a 50-yard receiving touchdown against Archbishop Spalding previously

lettered for three seasons at Red Lion Christian Academy as a junior, he fi nished with 1,200 yards

rushing and 21 touchdowns team co-offensive most valuable player as a sophomore and junior

special teams most valuable player as a freshman, fi nishing with six touchdowns on returns runs a

4.43 40-yard dash three-star recruit according to ESPN, rivals, Scout and 247sports rivals No.

37 running back rivals No. 15 Maryland Postseason Top 25 247sports No. 30 Maryland recruit

Tom Lemming Top Running Back also offered by Auburn, Boston College, Connecticut, Hawaii,

Rutgers, Temple and Tennessee.

Dreamius Smith, RB, 5-10, 215, Wichita, Kan./Butler CC

Played two seasons for coach Troy Morrell at Butler Community College, helping the team to a combined

22-2 record won the 2011 NJCAA National Championship, while falling in the championship

game in 2012 fi nished the season with 984 yards on 120 carries and 17 touchdowns averaged

89.5 rushing yards per game and 8.2 yards per carry added 16 receptions for 179 receiving yards

and two touchdowns registered four games with more than 100 rushing yards and fi ve multi-touchdown

games scored four touchdowns with 157 rushing yards in an 84-7 win over Independence

went for 148 rushing yards with two touchdowns in a 61-0 victory over Highland had a season-high

193 yards on 13 carries with three touchdowns in an 84-13 win over Garden City served as a backup

in 2011, rushing for 690 yards on 100 carries with nine touchdowns 2012 All-KJCCC First Team offense

helped team to a state championship as a senior at Wichita Heights High named to the

Wichita Eagle's Top 11 football team named to the Kansas 6A All-State First Team by the Wichita

Eagle rushed 143 times for 1,837 yards and 34 touchdowns as a senior career numbers included

320 rushes for 3,288 yards and 54 scores ran for 286 yards against Olathe North in the 2010 state

championship game four-star prospect on ESPN three-star prospect according to rivals and

247sports No. 2 junior college running back and No. 8 Kansas junior college recruit on 247sports

also offered by Boise State, Houston, Kansas, Kansas State and Oklahoma State.

Tyler Tezeno, OL, 6-3, 280, Houston, Texas/Klein Collins HS

Played for coach Drew Svoboda at Klein Collins named to the Associated Press 5A All-State Second

Team in 2012 helped lead the Tigers to a 16-6 two-year record and an appearance in the fi rst round

of the Texas state football playoffs both years Klein Collins averaged 430 yards of total offense and

270 rushing yards per game Tigers were only held below 190 rushing yards once all season team

averaged 40.0 points per game in 2012, and it was held below 31 points just once fi nalist for the

Houston Touchdown Club Player of the Year award (only offensive lineman selected as a fi nalist for this

award) named All-District 13-5A First Team honoree as a senior and honorable mention as a junior

has an 80.5-inch wingspan three-star recruit by ESPN, rivals, Scout and 247sports also offered

by Arizona State, Boise State, LSU, Northwestern, Utah.

Jeremy Tyler, S, 6-0, 195, Lithonia, Ga./Martin Luther King HS

Two-year starter for coaches Michael Carson and Rober Freeman at Martin Luther King High Class

5-A all-state and all-region selection, as well as all-area and all-region as a senior helped team to an

11-1 overall record, a 9-0 mark in the region and the second round of the state playoffs played on a

defensive unit that allowed 7.7 points a game during the regular season collected 33 tackles, three

tackles for loss, three interceptions and two fumble recoveries collected fi ve interceptions as a junior

three-star rating from ESPN, rivals, MaxPreps and Scout ESPN ranks him No. 53 nationally at his

position and No. 103 overall in Georgia rivals ranks him No. 42 nationally at his position and the No.

50-best prospect in Georgia Georgia postseason Top 80 has played quarterback, linebacker and

every position in the secondary, while at Martin Luther King played in the Georgia All-Star game and

fi nished with three tackles and an interception also offered by Ole Miss, Texas Tech and Vanderbilt.

Stone Underwood, OL, 6-4, 285, Brookhaven, Miss./Copiah-Lincoln CC

Started all 12 games for Glenn Davis at Copiah-Lincoln CC in 2012 All-NJCAA Region 23 First

Team All-Mississippi Association of Community/Junior Colleges First Team helped team to a 9-3

record and an appearance in the Mississippi Bowl anchored an offensive line that averaged 102.4

rushing yards per game spent 2011 at Southeastern Louisiana previously attended Brookhaven

High named one of the top 125 seniors in Mississippi by the Jackson Clarion Ledger listed as one

of the top 16 prospects by the Brookhaven Daily Leader selected to play in the Mississippi-Alabama

All-Star Game named a fi rst-team member on the MAC Class 5A and Region 3 5A MVP team a

member of the Daily Leader All-Lincoln County team named Clarion Ledger All-State Second Team

and Scout two-star recruit according to 247sports also offered by Massachusetts and Memphis.

Elijah Wellman, RB, 6-2, 235, Huntington, W.Va./Spring Valley

Played for coach Brad Dingess at Spring Valley won the Sam Huff Award as the top defensive player

of the year by the state's sportswriters' association two-time 3A all-state fi rst team selection by the

West Virginia Sportswriters' Association, including being named defensive captain as a senior threetime

Mountain State Athletic Conference fi nished with 1,676 yards rushing and 18 touchdowns

also had 124 tackles, including two sacks, 11 tackles for loss, three forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries

and an interception he returned for a touchdown helped Spring Valley fi nish 7-4 and advance

to the fi rst round of the state playoffs fi nished with 224 yards on 21 carries and four touchdowns and

collected 10 tackles against Hurricane compiled 133 yards on 27 carries against Cabell-Midland in

the state playoffs and three touchdowns helped lead Highlanders to an 8-4 record, advance to the

quarterfi nals of the Class 3A state playoffs and fi nish with a fi nal No. 10 state ranking fi nished with

151 tackles, including 24 tackles for loss, nine sacks, four interceptions and six forced fumbles as a junior

helped Spring Valley advance to the fi rst round of the state playoffs had 139 tackles, including

15 tackles for loss, fi ve sacks, two interceptions and three forced fumbles as a sophomore played

for the South team in the 2012 Chesapeake Bowl, featuring senior standouts from Pennsylvania, New

Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and West Virginia 2012 Class 3A All-State

First Team in baseball also offered by Bowling Green and Ohio.

Kevin White, WR, 6-4, 210, Macungie, Pa./Lackawanna College

Played two seasons for coach Mark Duda at Lackawanna College made 36 receptions, totaling 535

yards and six touchdowns in 2012 averaged 14.9 yards per reception recorded two touchdowns in

67-6 win over Widener caught nine passes for 113 yards with one touchdown in a 43-25 loss against

Georgia Military College attended Emmaus High, where he was All-Lehigh Valley Athletic Conference

as a receiver and defensive back in 2009 three-star prospect and No. 2 Pennsylvania junior

college wide receiver on 247sports three-star prospect by rivals and No. 56 on its postseason Top

100 three-star prospect by Scout and ESPN also offered by Texas Tech.

Daryl Worley, S, 6-2, 190, Philadelphia, Pa./William Penn Charter HS

Played safety and receiver for coach Jeff Humble at William Penn Charter All-Southeastern Pennsylvania

First Team defensive back two-time Penn Inter-Ac League First Team earned fi rst-team honors

as a receiver and defensive back as a senior and fi rst team receiver accolades as a junior ... rushed

for 184 yards on 53 carries in 2012 team's leading receiver with 26 catches for 495 yards (he was the

only player with more than seven receptions on the team) scored six touchdowns and was second

on the team in scoring with 36 points also led the team in interceptions with three participated in

the Chesapeake Bowl's North Team, pitting the best players of the Mid-Atlantic region as a junior in

2011, he caught 10 passes for 171 yards and also added 247 yards rushing on 34 carries, averaging

7.3 yards per carry and 17.1 yards per reception while scoring four total touchdowns (two rushing, two

receiving) defensively, he tied for the team lead in interceptions, with three as a sophomore, he

had 653 receiving yards on 45 catches with six touchdowns had one interception as a sophomore

as well saw varsity action at William Penn as a freshman as well, catching three passes for 54 yards

also ran track in spring of 2012 with personal-best times of 11.14 in the 200, 22.01 in the 200 and

49.19 in the 400 and 7.3 in the 60-yard dash PennLive's No. 22 on Pennsylvania's Top 50 recruits

rated as Southeastern Pennsylvania's top cornerback by the Philadelphia Inquirer three-star recruit

by rivals, ESPN and Scout Scout No. 33 safety nationally rivals No. 51 safety nationally rivals

No. 19 on postseason Top 30 in Pennsylvania also offered by Boston College, Connecticut, Iowa,

Maryland, Northwestern, Penn State, Pitt, Purdue, Rutgers, Syracuse and Tennessee.

 
 

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