Jeremiah Robinson-Earl has returned to play his sophomore year for the Villanova Wildcats. What does the mean? It means Villanova is a certified top three team and once again a national title contender. Robinson-Earl possesses a rare combination of athleticism and basketball IQ for a 6-9 235 pound prospect. He averaged 10.5 points 9.4 rebounds […]Read more "Jeremiah Robinson-Earl could be Villanova’s missing piece"
2020 running back DeAndre Wakefield is one of the most talented prospects in Pennsylvania. The East Souderton Area star running back rushed for 785 yards on 101 carries for 10 touchdowns, catching six passes for 146 yards and two touchdowns last season. I talked with him about his commitment to Lock Haven for Philly Sports […]Read more "2020 running back DeAndre Wakefield talks Lock Haven commitment"
Dont’e Thornton is an elite 2021wide receiver prospect. At 6’4 180 he can burn receivers down the field and is strong enough out muscle defenders. The Mount St. Joseph high school star is one of the best red zone targets in his class. Thornton recently was the first commitment for the Penn State Nittany […]Read more "2021 Penn State commit Dont’e Thornton talks commitment and other schools still recruiting him."
At 6’4, 320 lbs, Sami Kassem has the size and strength that NFL teams covet, but as he prepares to enter the wild unknown, he can’t help but feel a sense of Deja vu. In a very weird sense, he’s been in this spot before. After putting on pads for the first time in fourth […]Read more "NFL Draft Diaries: Toledo’s Sami Kassem is preparing for the unknown…but that’s nothing new"
Steven Faucheaux is a 2019 4 star strong-side defensive end who plays for Lakota West high school out of West Chester, Ohio. Faucheaux is a 6-4, 272 lbs defensive end who is the 5th rated player in Ohio, 10th rated strong-side defensive end, and 99th rated player by 247. Faucheaux uses his arm strength to […]Read more "1-on-1: 2019 top 100 prospect Steven Faucheaux opens up on Penn State interest"
This week saw Temple take a horrible beatdown to 18th ranked South Florida 43-7, a Villanova dog fight with Albany but lost in overtime 19-10, and a Penn state thriller with Big Ten foe Iowa in a battle of the unbeaten. Trace McSorley took Penn state down the field with 1:02 left to throw a […]Read more "Philly Sports Network college game balls: Top performers from Villanova, Penn state, and Temple games"