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LFN’s 2015 Spring Preview – Wide Receivers and Running Backs

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LFN’s 2015 Spring Preview – Wide Receivers and Running Backs
WR Troy Pelletier in an Oct 2014 practice (Brown and White)

Penn State is frequently called “Linebacker U”, thanks to all the famous linebackers that played for them.

If Penn State is “Linebacker U”, you could make a very good case for Lehigh being “Wide Receiver U.”

Guys like WR Dave Cecchini, WR Rennie Benn, WR Josh Snyder, WR Jake Drwal, WR Ryan Spadola, and WR Lee Kurfis are just six of the many great names that have suited up for the Brown and White, and it’s no wonder that Lehigh Nation would naturally look to this position group for a lot of potential in 2015.

With Lehigh returning a Jerry Rice Award finalist at this position, too, it’s certainly going to be something to watch at the end of the Spring, too.

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Spring Season: Wideouts and Running Backs

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Spring Season: Wideouts and Running Backs

It’s hard being an offensive player at Lehigh, thanks to the shoes you have to fill.

This season, though, at wideout and running back, it’s even more difficult than usual.

At running back, all the incoming backs need to be able to do is outdo the accomplishments of RB Keith Sherman – who only was Lehigh’s first 1,000 yard rusher in the last eleven years, and also nearly carried last year’s team on his back to a Patriot League championship.

And then there’s wide receiver, where the highest profile offensive players in the last two years, WR Ryan Spadola and WR Lee Kurfis, were back-to-back FCS All-Americans and broke a good portion of Lehigh’s receiving records.  Kurfis, too, nearly carried Lehigh on his back to the playoffs last season.  And Ryan is plyin his trade in the NFL, eager to break through onto the Dolphins’ roster once again.

All the new group from this spring needs to do is to equal their level of excellence.  Simple, right?
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