2021 Orange Park Ridgeview Football

Posted On: 07/21/21 2:40 PM

As the fall season approaches, some upcoming juniors are starting to grab the interest of college coaches. These players from Northwest Ohio have worked hard at camps and combines this spring and summer to get on the radar of various collegiate programs around the Midwest. Here are a few of the players that deserve recognition.

Sam Smith Jr Sam Smith Jr 6'4" | WR Wauseon | 2023 OH      6’4” 190     WR     Wauseon

Smith has great length and deceptive speed for a wide receiver. He possesses excellent ball skills including soft hands and the ability to turn back across his body to make acrobatic receptions. As good as he is at making big catches downfield, he is also just as impressive running the tunnel screen. Smith could develop into a big-time receiver by his senior year.

A J Schuller     6’2” 215     DE     Toledo St. John’s

Schuller has quickness off the ball as a defensive rush end. His long arms keep blockers off his frame and allow him to disengage quickly. He also makes it difficult for opposing quarterbacks to throw over him. If he doesn’t get to the quarterback before the pass is thrown, he immediately turns and bursts to the football.

Adam Hrynciw Adam Hrynciw 6'2" | WR Fremont Ross | 2023 OH      6’2” 170     WR    

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