The Lehigh 2020 Football Commit Tracker

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  • #24635

    lfnadmin
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    http://lehighfootballnation.blogspot.com/2016/01/your-lehigh-class-of-2020-commit-tracker.html

    Will be updated early and often this month with new names and more information!

    Includes HUDL profile links, links to articles on the players, honors, and much more as I find it!

    #24636

    guids
    Participant

    great stuff – thanks

    #24639

    LU15
    Participant

    Isn’t Prendegrast a DE?

    #24642

    lfnadmin
    Keymaster

    [quote=24639]Isn’t Prendegrast a DE?

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    On one site he’s listed as a TE and the other a DE. I added DE to his profile.

    DE/TE/H-Back types obviously a priority in this class, IMO. Counting Weir three of them are committed already. I expect some to be DEs but one or more to play FB, I think.

    #24650

    TMH
    Participant

    Prendergast has already revealed that he is being recruited as a DE.
    I hate to be redundant but for me it’s key that players be put into a position to succeed. We have been awfully small recently because we use players designed to be safeties as linebacker and those built like linebackers on the D-line. I would love to see Weir as an ILB unless he grows significantly. I would also like to see Woetzel as a safety. We have enough 205# LBs with great credentials coming in.
    Just my opinion. Don’t let Miller see it :-)

    #24655

    lfnadmin
    Keymaster

    Based on the ht/wt numbers could it be: Prendergast, DE, Puhl, FB/TE, Weir, LB?

    Another one to look at is Curlin. He could either be a massive NG or an OL.

    #24659
    ngineer
    ngineer
    Participant

    Getting some kids from Army and Albany is good. Curlin looks like he could be a monster based on his numbers.

    #24661
    RichH
    RichH
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    Puhl a tweener right now. Tall a.d light. Folmar did use TEs a bit mor this past season but overall very little action. Heck,Bucklin got a lot of PT with our running attack.

    #24665
    van
    van
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    like the way Curlin finishes his blocks, OL with attitude a good thing

    #24667

    TMH
    Participant

    lfnadmin,
    Exactly. I want my interior linemen to be in the 290 range and we already have a couple of those guys. My DEs should be around 260 with some quickness. Pendergrast at 6-5 would be ideal. My interior LBs would be around 235-240. The outside LBs around 225 and my safeties around 210. The DBs just need to be fast and agile. Obviously size isn’t the only component. Quickness and a nose for the ball also need to be evaluated but I’m tired of being outsized by virtually every team we play.

    #24675
    wilsonfootball2
    wilsonfootball2
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    Jake looks like a strong kid. Puhl’s SPARQ score from his JR year was 82.11 the top score for a 2016 TE! Looks like he did not have a score his SR year. Curlin does well sticking with his blocks.

    #24725
    ngineer
    ngineer
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    So far, so good. Looks like some top notch commits who can have immediate impact.

    #24753

    jakeblontry
    Participant

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