Jamal Custis, Neumann-Goretti, 6-6, 220. A rangy wide receiver, Custis is considering scholarship offers from Pittsburgh, Rutgers, Syracuse, Temple, and Virginia. He is also a force on the hardwood.
Jarred Jones, Spring-Ford, 5-11, 195. The speedy running back is primed for a breakout season after missing six games last season because of a broken wrist. Jones has been clocked at 4.5 seconds in the 40-yard dash.
John Nassib, Malvern Prep, 6-5, 220. A tight end and defensive end - and brother of New York Giants rookie quarterback Ryan Nassib - John Nassib has a scholarship offer from Delaware. Interest also has come from Patriot League schools.
Jermaine Norris, Mastery North Charter, 5-11, 170. The speedy wide receiver and free safety is being courted by Akron, Delaware State, Old Dominion, and Stony Brook.
Deion Oliver, Archbishop Wood, 6-6, 285. A strong student, Oliver can line up at offensive guard or tackle and is hearing from the likes of Columbia and Yale.
Mark Remmey, Central Bucks East, 6-4, 235. The offensive tackle and defensive end has drawn serious interest from Army.
Deandre Scott, Imhotep Charter, 5-9, 180. The versatile defensive back has 30-plus scholarship offers, including from Arizona State, Central Florida, Georgia Tech, Temple, and Nebraska.
Rasaan Stewart, Perkiomen Valley, 6-1, 185. A dynamic quarterback and safety, Stewart has scholarship offers from Boston College, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, and Temple, among others.
Hezekiah Trahan, Roman Catholic, 6-4, 235. Possible destinations for the hard-charging defensive end include Boston College, Massachusetts, and Pittsburgh.
Joseph Walker, Martin Luther King, 6-4, 185. The strong-armed quarterback has scholarship offers from Buffalo, Coastal Carolina, Delaware, Massachusetts, and Stony Brook.
Greg White, West Catholic, 5-10, 185. The Burrs tailback rushed for 1,469 yards and 28 scores last season. He has scholarship offers from Central Florida, Ohio, Old Dominion, and Temple, among others.
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