Friday, July 3, 2015

Countdown to Kickoff: Frankford


Countdown to Kickoff: Frankford



Coach: Will Doggett.

Last season: 9-3; won Public League Class AAAA title.

Offense: Spread.

Defense: Multiple.

Top 10: Shareef Miller, TE-DE, 6-4, 210; Damion Samuels, RB-DB, 5-9 170; Marquis Poston, QB-DB, 6-1, 190; Javez Baker-Hall, OT-DE, 6-3, 250; Kadar Jones, DT, 6-2, 300; Wydell "Woo Woo" Compton, WR-TE-LB, 5-11, 170; Quinton Ellis, RB-CB, 5-9, 170; Carlos Saldana OL-DL, 5-8, 265; Unique Davis, OL-DL, 6-2, 300; Rene Herrera, WR, 6-0, 170.

The Skinny: Miller has scholarship offers from Rutgers and Massachusetts; Samuels has an offer from UMass, with Temple also involved; Baker-Hall drawing interest from Delaware; Compton is expected to return from a knee injury in time for the Pioneers' first Public League contest.

Biggest games: Aug. 31 vs. Downingtown East, 12; Sept. 20 at Northeast, 6:30; Oct. 4 vs. George Washington (at NE), 6:30.

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