Posted On: 11/17/20 2:33 PM

As the 2020 Pennsylvania High School football playoffs are well underway, we now have the opportunity to look back this season to see where players improved and regressed this season. With most of the state’s programs seasons being finished, we have a “full” season of work that we can look back upon and judge rather.

Over the upcoming days and weeks, we will be looking at players across eastern Pennsylvania that improved their stocks during this season. It will be a mixture of seniors and juniors mostly but there may be a freshman or sophomore who jumped off the page and earned themselves a spot on the list. Today, we look at eastern Pennsylvania signal-callers.

Kayden Riley (Danville):

The senior 6-foot-1, 190-pound signal-caller out of Danville, PA put together a senior season for the Ironmen. On the season, Riley threw for 1,867-yards and 25 touchdowns while completing for 62.2% of his passes while throwing just six interceptions. Riley is a quarterback who could play at the D-II or D-III levels. On the tape, he shows a quarterback who has quality mobility (a 4.75, 40-yard dash per HUDL), is elusive with the ball

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