Posted On: 04/3/21 5:30 AM

Here is part 2 of players who need to benefit from attending college camps this summer. These kids work hard and need to showcase their talent to college football programs to gain the recognition they deserve. We have 2 more juniors and 3 sophomores on this list. It is especially important for these sophomores because once they start their junior season, that’s when their recruiting process starts.

 

Jashaun Green Jashaun Green 6'3" | WR State College | 2022 State PA (JR) Wide Receiver 6’3 170 – State College

Jashaun is a good-sized receiver who has FBS potential. No question he is a good player. He shows a good release with burst off the line of scrimmage. Shows to be a good route runner with good ball skills. He has decent speed, but he is physical in the run game. I believe he just doesn’t have that wow factor to him on film that teams look for. That’s why it’s very important for him to attend college camps before his senior season to prove to them that he can be the guy.

 

Nico Pate Nico Pate 5'11" | LB Peters Township | 2022 State PA (JR) Linebacker 6’1 205 – Peters Township

Nico plays for a tough physical defense and got overlooked by the names of Donovan McMillon Donovan McMillon 6'1" | DB Peters Township | 2021 State PA and Corban Hondru Corban Hondru 6'1" | LB Peters Township | 2021 State PA . Donovan who is an early enrollee at the University of Florida and Corban who will be playing at Miami University of Ohio in the Fall. Nico does hold an FBS offer, but if he wants to extend those offers before his senior season, he will need to attend college camps.

 

Benny Haselrig Benny Haselrig 5'10" | WR Hampton | 2023 State PA (SOPH) Wide Receiver 5’10 170 – Hampton

Even though Benny is only a sophomore, he needs to put his name out there before he enters his junior season. The first game I watched in the 2020 season was his team and was thinking who is this kid playing receiver, he looks pretty good. He runs crisp routes who shows good ball skills. He also shows pretty good speed. If he goes to camps and performs well, he could start raking in some offers.

 

Jerome Mullins Jerome Mullins 6'1" | DB Rochester | 2023 State PA (SOPH) Defensive Back 6’1 160 – Rochester

Jerome is another young guy that has to put himself out there. He was our 2020 WPIAL Class 1A Defensive of Player of the Year. In his first season as a starter at corner, he recorded 37 total tackles, 26 solo, with 3 interceptions. No question Jerome is a talented kid, but he needs to go to college camps to get the recognition he well deserves. We have a strong 2023 DB class and he could be among the best by the time he is a senior.

 

Harper Conroy Harper Conroy 6'5" | QB South Park | 2023 State PA (SOPH) Quarterback 6’5 185 – South Park

Harper is our 3rd ranked QB and 31st overall player in the 2023 class. He has potential of being a Power 5 QB, but I don’t think anyone really knows about him. He also doesn’t have social media which doesn’t help. If he wants to play at the next level, he will need to benefit from attending college camps to get his name out there. He has the prototypical size you want in a quarterback. He has a high, tight, quick release. Shows to be sneaky athletic. His stats don’t jump off the page, but he did complete 58% of his passes during the 2020 season, according to https://tribhssn.triblive.com/stats/2020/football/passing/. He has a good arm but doesn’t really show to sling it. I personally would love to see what this kid can do at a camp heading into his junior season.

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