A list of Southeastern Pennsylvania players from the class of 2018 who have made oral commitments to Division I colleges.
St. Joseph's Prep, which went 14-0 last year, is seeking its third straight PIAA state title and fourth in five seasons.
His father noted that the teenager has resumed speaking.
Stukes, shot multiple times Sunday night, was listed in stable condition.
Southeastern Pennsylvania has a number of solid quarterbacks to watch in the 2017 season.
Stukes, who graduated in May and committed to play basketball at Clarion, was one of four people shot near 39th and Melon Streets.
The Tigers looks to continue the success they achieved last season, when they went 11-2 and reached the District 1 Class 5A playoff semifinals.
La Salle, with the return of dual-threat quarterback Isaiah Jones, looks to capture the Catholic League Red Division title.
Abington's Eric Dixon made the decision after the white nationalist rally and violence in Charlottesville.
Malvern Prep is the favorite to win the Inter-Ac League football championship.
Archbishop Wood is looking to capture its fifth PIAA state title in seven seasons.
North Penn's Owen Thomas was a first-team all-Continental Conference selection at tight end.
Wilson, who made it to Rio in 2016 but failed to advance to the Olympic final, was back in Philadelphia last week, preparing to return to Europe for the 2017 World Championships in London.
For 12 years, the Danny Rumph Classic has produced basketball moments to honor a Philadelphia player who died at 21.