Thursday, May 28, 2015

Football: Neshaminy's Pollard latest 'Nova commitment

Neshaminy senior running back D'Andre Pollard has committed to play at Villanova, becoming the third area player to do so in the last week.

Football: Neshaminy's Pollard latest 'Nova commitment

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Neshaminy senior running back D'Andre Pollard, who last season rushed for 2,929 yards and 39 touchdowns, has committed to play at Villanova.

Neshaminy senior running back D'Andre Pollard has committed to play at Villanova, becoming the third area player to do so in the last week.

Last season, the 5-foot-7, 170-pounder carried 328 times for 2,929 yards and 39 touchdowns while helping lead the Redskins to a 13-2 record and the PIAA District 1 Class AAAA championship.

Villanova also received recent commitments from Archbishop Wood running back Jarrett McClenton and West Chester Henderson defensive lineman Bryan White.

In last season's District 1 final against North Penn, Pollard ignited a 42-7 romp by carrying 25 times for 242 yards and four scores.

He earned Inquirer first-team all-Southeastern Pennsylvania honors in the squad's run to the state semifinals.

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