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Football: Class of 2014 commits from Southeastern Pa.

Class of 2014

Football: Class of 2014 commits from Southeastern Pa.

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Souderton High's Rick Young, a two-way lineman, has committed to play for Villanova. He was ranked No. 10 in Southeastern Pennsylvania for the Class of 2014 by The Inquirer.

Class of 2014

Here is a list of Southeastern Pa. football players from the Class of 2014 who have made verbal commitments to Division I or I-AA colleges:

Player School Pos. Ht. Wt. College

Patrick Amara West Catholic DB 6-2 185 Pittsburgh

Tyler Burke Coatesville TE-LB 6-4 235 Maryland

Evan Butts Episcopal Academy TE 6-4 225 Virginia

Paul Carrezola Neshaminy TE-DE 6-3 245 Connecticut

Zaire Franklin La Salle LB 6-2 215 Syracuse

Eric Gallo C.R. South OL-DL 6-2 280 Virginia Tech

Aaron Ruff Imhotep Charter OL 6-4 290 Temple

Thaddius Smith Cardinal O'Hara DB 5-10 170 Boston College

Steve Weyler Cardinal O'Hara PK-P 5-10 170 Villanova

Daquan Worley Coatesville RB-DB 5-10 185 Penn State

Rick Young Souderton OL-DL 6-2 290 Souderton Villanova


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