Its the seventh stop Rival Camp Series Coatesville High was in the Philadelphia area last weekend and saw a bunch of top regional prospects. Five teams should be satisfied here based on what employers have said and how they have accomplished top goals and commitments.
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Instructor Jeff HafleyThe camp’s top recruiters often mentioned it because Samson Okunlola visited the campus recently and three-star wide receiver committee Jaden Skit was also one of the best players in the event.
Another player to look forward to getting national attention and coming from New England is Brooklyn (Mass.) Dexter 2024 offensive tackle Liam Andrews, who needs to gain weight but could be a star player. Hafley has put the Eagles back on the map and players across the Northeast have taken notice.
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There were a lot of positive things about Michigan about the camp’s best prospects, including four-star Samson Okunola and 2024 No. 1 offensive guard Jordan Sitton’s two best offensive linemen. Okunlola could take an officer to Ann Arbor, although he gave no details of his destination, and Wolverine was at the top of his list, along with Oklahoma and Oregon in Seattle.
Tosin Babalade, Kenneth Wasley, Michael Van Buren and Kyle Altuner were among the others who spoke positively about Wolverine.
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Numerous high-level prospects in 2023 and 2024 classes spoke highly of Nitani Lion over the weekend. Not surprisingly, the camp was less than three hours from State College, but it was interesting to note that almost every recruit we spoke to referred to Penn State as a serious competitor in their recruitment.
Omilio Aguard, Stone Saunders, Kevin Hume and Kyle Altuner were just a few, and standout 2024 QB Michael Van Buren said he had some of the best relationships with the coaches there. Winning state and regional recruitment battles – and not letting the SEC team out the door – is key for the Nitani Lions if they want to run for a Big Ten title and college football playoffs.
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Just a few years ago, many of the top players in the rival camp weren’t even talking about the regional Rutgers superior, but that has definitely changed and it became clear last weekend. Three-Star Commit Yazid Haynes was arguably the best receiver in the event, as he showed speed, length and playmaking ability, and internal offensive lineman John Stone was second to none. Sewell (NJ) Washington Township Standout Always looking for a defensive tackle battle.
Many of the top prospects in the Philly area and in New Jersey have spoken about the work that Scarlett Knights is doing and the coaching change she has undergone. Greg Shiano Operating there.
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Richard James, a 2024 three-star defensive tackle from Camden, NJ, was at the camp on Sunday and was committed to West Virginia on Tuesday afternoon. With West Virginia topping the list of four-star DE James Hard, including Tennessee, Kentucky and Virginia, he may not be the only prospect from that high school to pick mountaineers. The best Edge Rasher of the event was hard, and he likes defense in Morgantown.
So many more have mentioned the coach Neil BrownWest Orange, NJ has offers including three-star DB Sabur Karim, who could be one of the biggest sleepers in the Northeast.
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