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  • #24405
    RichH
    RichH
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    Dead period,so time to list verbals. :) Puhl is indeed a verbal.
    1. Jake Weir. LB
    2. Stephen Puhl TE
    3. Greg Gamble. WR
    4. Matt Prendergast DL
    5. Marquis Wilson S
    6, Keith Woetzel. S
    7. Sean Foley. OL DECOMMIT healh
    8. Dylan Connolly. DB
    9. Riley O’Neil. SS
    10.Taylor Curlin DE/OL
    11.Devon Bibbens WR/DB
    12.Tyler Monaco QB
    13. Colin Nace DL
    14.Jon Seighman SS
    15.Ryan Oneidas OG/DT
    16. Alex Motley OL
    17. nick Rosen OL/DL

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    #24447
    RichH
    RichH
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    Woetzel and Connolly A-S gr 3 at QB,2nd and 3rd team respectively.

    #24451

    TMH
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    Jake Weir made the Rivals PA Class A Golden 33 Team

    https://papreps.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1838954

    #24452
    RichH
    RichH
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    Not bad. Bit surprised Writers did.Not pick him.

    #24463
    RichH
    RichH
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    Riley O’Neil SS 6’1 195 Immaculata HS NJ committed last night.

    #24465

    TMH
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    Apparently beat out New Hampshire and Sacred Heart

    #24467
    RichH
    RichH
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    Only other interest I could find was Monmouth.

    #24468

    TMH
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    DB Riley O’Neil, Immaculata, Sr.

    The senior holds scholarship offers from New Hampshire and Sacred Heart. As a free safety, O’Neil ranked second on the team with 68 tackles and second on the team with 53 solo hits. He intercepted four passes and had four pass breakups. The transfer of Yajaha Banks added offensive responsibility for O’Neil, who carried 45 times for 246 yards and five touchdowns. He was also utilized as a receiver out of the backfield.

    This is from the Courier News as of 12/12. He was 1st Team Defense.

    Are we getting a bit safety heavy yet, considering that McCloskey will likely be anchoring one of the slots over the next 3 years. Or perhaps this is Andy’s way of saying that we will be using the 3-3-5 into perpetuity. smh

    #24469
    LU808
    LU808
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    Waiting for the Offensive commitments to show up….where are my 6’5″ 280 lbs 5 flat 40 yd dash lineman….the ones that played basketball in HS too!

    #24470
    RichH
    RichH
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    TMH
    Andy likes moving guys forward. KW could be heading to OLB or Rover. Sure looks like focus is S positions. Guessing ,our D scheme not changing. Fingers crossed that 2nd yr in system will be better as players and coaches acclimate.
    If Andy sticks to his prediction,half our class is in.

    #24472

    Lehigh74
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    [quote=24468]Or perhaps this is Andy’s way of saying that we will be using the 3-3-5 into perpetuity. smh
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    I sincerely hope you’re wrong about Andy deciding to stay with the 3-3-5. I’ve seen nothing from that defense over the last two years to make me think we can run it successfully.

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    #24474
    ngineer
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    The key for the defense, regardless of what formation they line up in, is to contain the edges. The interior is not bad, but we were killed on the edges with poor contain. Watching various defensive schemes the past few weeks and the more I see all these different lineups it seems to me as long as you are aggressive stopping the run and get decent pressure on the QB you succeed most of the time.

    #24477

    Lehigh74
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    [quote=24474]The key for the defense, regardless of what formation they line up in, is to contain the edges. The interior is not bad, but we were killed on the edges with poor contain. Watching various defensive schemes the past few weeks and the more I see all these different lineups it seems to me as long as you are aggressive stopping the run and get decent pressure on the QB you succeed most of the time.
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    Totally agree with what you are saying. My point is, if Coen is going to keep the same coaching staff we should ditch the 3-3-5 because it is patently obvious our existing coaches don’t know how to run it successfully.

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    #24483
    ngineer
    ngineer
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    Don’t disagree with that observation. It was clear to me last August in talking to some of the D coaches that this was a new concept that they came up with or saw at a clinic or from visiting other schools. Coaches do visit other schools when planning to change schemes on either offense or defense. Don’t know where they researched this approach, but they better make the necessary adjustments if we are going to move to the next level.

    #24493

    Guardian14
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    O’Neil also had an offer from Holy Cross

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